Jimbobtom Posted July 19, 2020 Share Posted July 19, 2020 Thought this was interesting enough to post. I had my ivories in a pretty large bin. They were reproducing, but slower than when I had them crowded. Anyway, today I put them in a size down. Literally just dumped the substrate and all in a new bin. Within minutes the adults were all flapping their wings/doing their breeding dances. Many of them paired up and started mating. Never seen this before, especially so fast after being dumped into a bin. It was like a signaling to the mass that it was breeding time. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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