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Hi all
My trio of tinc patricia have started to breed. So far I’ve found 2 tads which I’ve now got in pots to raise. Ive been doing plenty of research about care etc.

Now my question is, will tincs continue to breed if I have moved the dish and coconut hide I found the tads in?
I never saw the eggs, just found the tads. But I assume the eggs were laid in the same place I found the tads as there isn’t really anywhere else to lay. I had to move the dish and hide to access the tads and I’ve not put it back in the original spot as it was heavily covered in plants. Will the tincs still use the same dish for eggs / tads even if I have moved it?
The viv is also due a prune of the plants. Will doing this halt breeding behaviour?
Thanks in advance for replies folks
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