- Feb 21, 2016
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- Millet AB Canada (South of Edmonton)
That could be, also my batch of eggs are from two different pieces of media, so chances are they were two small clutches or the wholesaler just through two clutches into the bag, as I picked them up directly at the airport, before my retailer took them to the store.There was a point when I realized my cuttles were eating better than I was...
It is possible to have more than one female lay eggs in a clutch, so there is a possibility they aren't all related...
As far as breeding siblings, the only way I can guarantee that I am not, is to separate the sexes the best I can and use the from different groups, as by controlling this I am hoping to see if it gets around the Gen2 Barrier or reveals if there is some other variable that could be causing these low yields on captive produced eggs. Just trying to advance the understanding of these critters as a steady captive bred supply will greatly help the hobby