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 Baby WDs with no Male???

I have had a single WD for the past 9 months (2 feet head to tail). Nothing had happened of any interest until today.

I FOUND A BABY, AND THEN A SECOND !!!

How is this possible? Should I separate them from their mother so she will not eat them?



11/25/07  06:48pm

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  Message To: Greg G   In reference to Message Id: 1526194


 Baby WDs with no Male???

Goodness! Yes you should definitely separate them! I have heard that the female can carry sperm from past matings for a while. I do know that the eggs incubate around 60 days or so, can be more if the temps are a bit lower.



11/27/07  12:02am

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  Message To: Greg G   In reference to Message Id: 1526194


 Baby WDs with no Male???

Wow...how exciting is that!? Very interesting! yes..like CD said, seperate them, or they may become a snack.



12/03/07  10:35am

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  Message To: Finners   In reference to Message Id: 1534350


 Baby WDs with no Male???

Thats pretty cool that they hatched without being incubated. Got any pics?

Alex



01/03/08  09:21pm


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