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My orange albino female just laid over 200 eggs, I've removed the male. It couldn't happen at a worse time as i was planning of putting my wild type female in with her. But I'm worried that the albino mum will be territorial. Was hoping someone could give me some advice?
 

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My orange albino female just laid over 200 eggs, I've removed the male. It couldn't happen at a worse time as i was planning of putting my wild type female in with her. But I'm worried that the albino mum will be territorial. Was hoping someone could give me some advice?
two females toegether will be fine, they are not tearatorial towards each other
 

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Under normal circumstances I would of thought that was the case. only checking because of the eggs wasn't sure if the mum would want to protect her eggs. Thanks for your help :)
 

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Axies don't protect their eggs, they are likely to eat them....!
 

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Yeah I saw the mum eat some but I separated pretty much atleast 200 of them the other 100 I left attached to the filter and ornaments but she put some on the floor. So many eggs from just one night and for her first. The eggs are starting to form now only 5 days old.
Thanks for you help :)
 
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