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Old 09-25-2010, 11:30 AM   #1 
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Question Is this possible?

Hi, I heard that there's a way to humanly get a female gravid just by showing her to a male.

First of all- IS THIS POSSIBLE?!? I've been wanting to do another spawn ever since I got Autumn, my very own female. But i got her very small, so I still think she's not sexually mature.

I want to do the spawn in the Fall with Autumn and Fallen Leaves OMG!!! i just noticed that the names and the season match!!! Srry, i JUSt noticed that. ;)

Anyways, Just wanted to ask. Must I wait until she's sexually mature, or is there a possible human way? (and if anyone knows of one other that feeding them frozen or live food, PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!)

Thanks for your help!

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Old 09-25-2010, 11:43 AM   #2 
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#1 its Humane and humanely ... big difference between that and human (as in a person)

#2 a female who is ready to be bred will become gravid if properly conditioned. Showing her a male might help her egg up a little faster but unless she is properly conditioned the eggs won't be as viable.

Your considering breeding more VT? You've already found homes for the two previous spawns?
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Old 09-25-2010, 11:51 AM   #3 
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Yes, I have. I have a friend whos a giant fan of VT's and has tons of tanks. Also Autumn is a Combtail with shortened rays, (change signature) and Fallen leaves is a RT.

Im horrible at spelling. thank you
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