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well it seems my pair have settled so how do i breed them? i live in australia by the way.

Your adult female should have young once a year, around November in nature but captive habitat temperature can skew timing. The pair can be kept together but the male should probably be removed when young arrive. If the food or water situation is poor the female may never reproduce.

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Your adult female should have young once a year, around November in nature but captive habitat temperature can skew timing. The pair can be kept together but the male should probably be removed when young arrive. If the food or water situation is poor the female may never reproduce.

so keep them very well fed? What temp to keep them at?

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have a warm end a cold end? or same temp all over? Also i have been told not to feed them rotten leaves. us that correct?

Same temperature is fine, this species just doesn't take high temperatures well (tend to die). The problem is many people have tried to use dead aromatic eucalyptus leaves which eventually kill them.

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