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    Default If my female has successfully passed eggs before, can she still have too many?

    My female has succesfully laid for 2 years now. but is it still possible for her to be gravid with more than 2 eggs at once? she has never been egg bound or had a oxytocin injection, but im concerned she may be gravid with 3 eggs (one of them might just be her feces, but i still am worried)
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    Geckos have been known to rarely lay 3 eggs. What you may be seeing, though, is the next round of ovulation above the existing 2 eggs.


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    anyway, keep up with the food quality!

    a female with babies ESPECIALLY need proteins and other good stuff!

    u can sometimes feed them(BUT NOT MAIN FOOD) baby pinkies...

    and dusted crickets that had been gut load with GOOD STUFF, here
    The Anatomy of Gut-Loading | Ingredients & Nutritional Info | Much Ado About Chameleons

    follow this!

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