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Breeding Season: Varies depending on region and climate. Birds in Florida and southern states may begin laying as early as February and May in the northern states.
Breeding Age: Usually not until they are two, but first years have proven fertile from time to time.
Clutch Size: 2 creamy white eggs.
Incubation Period:: About 22-23 days.
Description - Male: Generally darker than bicalcaratum. Males have large ocelli, the crest is very short and the facial skin is red.
Description - Female: Females are smaller, also with red facial skin and ocelli on tail more pronounced than other members of this genus.
Status in Captivity: Fairly well established.
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