A little worried any advice would be great

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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby AHBD » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:56 pm

Yes, I agreed with what you said about averages but just added a bit that was left out. Most dragons lay more than 16 eggs at any given time after the first clutch. I raised them for a long time myself + knew other breeders personally. I simply stated a fact after you questioned the validity of the person that these babies came from when the O.P stated they were from the same clutch because you thought they wouldn't lay that many.
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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby Marnie » Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:43 pm

I dont mean to upset any one, but this is my girls. When they had just hatched . I trust the people that bread them . ( I may be stupid but I dont see why they would lie to me . But as you can see they are still so cute 😊😍[Click image to enlarge]
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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby Marnie » Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:50 pm

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I got my girls from a private breeder . And I dknt mean to upset any one . But they where really from a clutch of 26 x
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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby AHBD » Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:28 pm

Look at those cuties ! And no one is upset with you at all, I know for a fact that a clutch of 26 is very common because most of mine were in that range and more like I mentioned. We won't go off topic anymore, that was just a little back + forth for a moment on me + Mr. Spectrum. :) We all want to see Jodie + Stacey's progress. Keep updating as often as you like + with any questions that you have. :)
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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby MrSpectrum » Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:34 pm

Marnie, I'm not upset in the least. I said, "a little skeptable" (i.e. skeptical--it's an old joke :) ), which means I was dubious--having some doubt. I've gotten a lot of questionable statements from breeders lately--perhaps my shields are up. I fact-checked myself before expressing any opinions, and relayed what I found.

You have 2 nice pets, with several agreed possibilities for their size difference. Enjoy them.
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Re: A little worried any advice would be great

Postby Drache613 » Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:33 pm

Hello,

They are both very cute! You can have two from the same clutch & one do very well while the
other one doesn't do as well. I think some may have something to do with calcium levels at the
time of laying or when the egg developed, etc.
I am glad you took the other one in, he deserves a chance!

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