Fertile Bimac eggs???

gholland

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#2
Time is the only answer I know. Wait a few weeks and see if embryos develop! :biggrin2:
 

DWhatley

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I have read that some can keep sperm for 6 months or more but I believe that was for a GPO. I know Trapper (Mercatoris) mated over a month before brooding but she only produced 6 young. Her daughter, however, started brooding almost immediately after mating.
 

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