Thanks for the reply, what kind of temps do you recommend? I have an Ambanja coming up on 1 year.Fertile eggs are larger and more difficult for the female to lay. If you feed less and keep the temps lower is will help your female to lay smaller clutches and sometimes no clutch at all. Every clutch is hard on their little body and every time they lay there's a chance something could go wrong or they could become egg bound.
I personaly had a female Ambilobie that I kept her basking spot no higher then 80F, and if my room temps cooperated, 78F. between feeding her less then my male, and the temps, her first clutch was at 17 months old.Thanks for the reply, what kind of temps do you recommend? I have an Ambanja coming up on 1 year.