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Old 22-01-2009, 09:11 PM
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Great thread hun!!! Totally agree with all of it, especially where you point out the time `costs` involved in raising hatchlings and the dramatic weight loss and impact it has on females. It does feel like, on the 3rd or 4th clutch that a female lays, that she becomes like an egg-laying machine - where all the goodness and energy goes into the eggs instead of her. Great that you`ve stressed the importance of rest and building them up first !
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there's that plus I don't think it's generally realised how much a females health or lack of sufficient feeding, supplements, care etc can affect the eggs and hatchlings
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stickied! many thanks cornmorphs
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yay congrats on getting a sticky
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Sleepy, an excellent post and Im glad it has been made into a 'sticky'.
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