Key Identifying Features of Gravid Jackson's


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Are there any key features that can be seen on a female J. Xantholophus to identify if she's gravid and on her way to producing offspring? I know a few threads have been mentioning to keep an eye on the females weight with a scale, but I wasn't sure if there were other tell take signs prior to the brief fast before she begins to give birth.


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They start spending more time on vertical or sloped branches in the days before birthing. They generally give birth on steeply sloped branches.
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