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Old 06-01-2012, 07:37 PM   #1
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When to say that Cupid failed

I have two convicts that have been together since they were very young. I'm almost positive they are male and female (will post pics when I have them to confirm). They're both about two inches now (close in body size) and the one I believe to be male loves chasing the one I believe to be female. However, I've never seen eggs, nor a lot of their nesting digging.

At what point do you say they are just not going to become a mating pair?

(note on sexing - I'm almost positive about the female - shorter dorsal, orange belly, always chased. The "male" is the one I'm not sure about - long pointed dorsal, does the chasing, but today I saw orange on "his" belly, too).
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