More Clutches On The Ground!

​This week we had three more great clutches here! First was Morelia bredli (het. stripe X het. stripe), Python reguis (pied X het. pied), and another Lampropeltis californiae.

More northern blue tongues are getting ready to give birth and tarantula spiderlings are molting to 2nd instar leading to many late nights of separating baby spiders into their individual enclosures. I love this time of year!

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Female's ID: Po_vi_14 Female's most recent molt: 5 May 2010 Male ID: Po_vi_10; Po_vi_11 Male's ultimate molt: 20 April 10 (Povi10); 20 February 2010 (Povi11) First pairing: 1 June 2010 Last pairing: 2

Breeding Report: Avicularia avicularia

Female's ID: Av_av_13 Female's most recent molt: 17 June 2010 Male ID: Av_av_09 Male's ultimate molt: 10 July 2010 First pairing: 20 July 2010 Last pairing: 3 September 2010 Total pairings: 2 Eggsac f

Breeding Report: Poecilotheria ornata

Female's ID: Po_or_04 Female's most recent molt: 1 March 2010 Male ID: Po_or_08 Male's ultimate molt: 1 March 2010 First pairing:5 May 2010 Last pairing: 5 May 2010 Total pairings: 1 Eggsac found: 12

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