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N. Incei Gold pairing

jrh3

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She still has not dropped a sac, any tips? I though this species generally lays quick.
 

jrh3

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@Casey K. The male is fertile ;) pulled this sac after 20 days. Looks like all are EWL.
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Casey K.

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@Casey K. The male is fertile ;) pulled this sac after 20 days. Looks like all are EWL.View attachment 51753View attachment 51754


Woot!!! Congrats on the sac! I housed the male with my female and he is doing wonderful in there with her. I haven't seen anything yet but I don't watch them all night, either, lol....The good thing is my female molted not long before you sent him to me so we should be good to go! :)
 

jrh3

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Woot!!! Congrats on the sac! I housed the male with my female and he is doing wonderful in there with her. I haven't seen anything yet but I don't watch them all night, either, lol....The good thing is my female molted not long before you sent him to me so we should be good to go! :)
Good to hear, he does his best work at night, haha!!! One time he wouldn’t move toward the female, I cut the lights off and in 5 minutes he was making a move.
 

Casey K.

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Good to hear, he does his best work at night, haha!!! One time he wouldn’t move toward the female, I cut the lights off and in 5 minutes he was making a move.


Well isn't that usually how it works? Haha!! My male G. pulchripes does the same thing.
 

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