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User: rust (see all of rust's photos)
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Date: 12/20/04
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2Jax12XU

Registered: 07/2007
Location: San Diego, California
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I have many large blotched ensatinas both male and female, do you have any info you can give me about breeding these salamanders?
07-11-2007 09:35PM View 2Jax12XU's Profile  

Rust

Registered: 09/2002
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I cycle them, cooling themto ~50F in the winter and back up to 65-70F in the summer. I use natural lighting for a photoperiod. The hard part is keeping the female from consuming her eggs, I still haven't found a fix for that.
07-12-2007 10:44AM View Rust's Profile View Rust's Gallery  

2Jax12XU

Registered: 07/2007
Location: San Diego, California
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Sorry for all of the fallowing questions: How do you keep your temperature so low? Should I separate my ensatinas in groups? And couldn't you just seperate the eggs from the females like shown in the picture?
07-13-2007 06:22PM View 2Jax12XU's Profile