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My two almirante pums that are supposed to be a pair (acording to glen) sitll haven't done anything. No calling or anything. The most i've seen is a little twitching dance like thing that they both did next to eachother. They don't fight or anything. What's going on?
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Old 02-06-2005, 07:13 PM
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Give them time. I had put my two males through a dry season (aka a week of misting every other day) and a little less food. Then when my female (that I got from Glenn) came in I misted a lot and put tons of food in. They layed eggs about 5 days after some heavy calling. It's also possible that you don't know where the eggs are and havn't heard them call because of school. Anyways I'm off to take a PSAT :evil:
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