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Postby Scotts1au » Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:57 am

Weather here is a bit warmer of course than where Richard lives so more time to get some fat on. Was a bit worried today though, dumped some mushrooms in the enclosure and they were not gone by the end of the day despite the temp being nearly 30C. Not a good sign cos my fems are not as heavy now as I would like them to be. Their hunger is already starting to decline.
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Postby pisces20 » Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:24 am

Hi Scott/Jeff,
Find your discussion interesting and it is interesting what Shea had to say. I have done major research which was published on the breeding syndromes used by eastern females, with body weights etc. You may find interesting.
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Postby Jeff » Tue Mar 15, 2011 4:05 pm

pisces20 wrote:Hi Scott/Jeff,
Find your discussion interesting and it is interesting what Shea had to say. I have done major research which was published on the breeding syndromes used by eastern females, with body weights etc. You may find interesting.


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