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 2 female 1 male same tank for breeding?

Hello, i have two female redtails in the same tank. I want to breed them with one male. should i put the females in separate tanks? if i do can i switch the male back and forth durning the mating season, in order for my one male to mate with both females durning the same season?



11/09/05  02:07pm

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 2 female 1 male same tank for breeding?

Are the females housed together all year round..if so then why? Some people have places multiple females in a cage for breeding purposes and done just fine with tossing a male in, or if you donít do that, house females separately and rotate the male from one female to the other, which is what we use here, no need to really put the females together for breeding when you have separate enclosures for everything.

-Amelia
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11/09/05  03:53pm


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