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The first batch already hatched.

Postby a forum member » Mon Mar 04, 2002 9:15 pm

The first batch from November eggs already hatched.Now total 10 hatchlings.
Still more to come.
I collected about 40eggs from 8 females .I has 2 adult males.
I am in Thailand.
Breeding turtles is my hobby.

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Re: The first batch already hatched.

Postby Marnix Hoekstra » Fri Mar 08, 2002 4:56 pm

Congratulations, maris_wong!
It's nice to hear some good news from Thailand.
Are these hatchlings albinos?

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Re: The first batch already hatched.

Postby a forum member » Sat Mar 09, 2002 10:46 pm

No the Heosemys grandis I bred are all normal colour.
But I do breed albino Hiermys annandalii or the Yellow head temple turtles. During end of last year I collected almost 50 eggs.They are from about 8 or 9 batches.
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Re: The first batch already hatched.

Postby Hutsie B » Thu Nov 02, 2017 1:26 am

How do you breed your Heosemys Grandis? I have a male and female and the male mounts and bites the female she has gotten some big bites on her neck and rear end. I would like to have them bred and raise a clutch successfully. any help would be appreciated. Hutsie B

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Re: The first batch already hatched.

Postby Marnix Hoekstra » Fri Nov 03, 2017 12:05 am

Welcome again, Hutsie B.
Your male is a typical grandis male. Unless you have a huge enclosure where the female can effectively escape from the male, the only option is to keep them separate and put them together for short periods of time for mating.
Could you post some pictures of your turtles? Especially the bite marks on the female.


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