Friday, July 29, 2011


Clutch 14 is out, and all 10 eggs were fantastically fine! My odds were good in terms of morphs, as there are no normals in the clutch, but I have to say, my sex odds had a little to be desired.

That's alright though.

Here are the males...

One Bumblebee, One Mojave Spider, 3 Mojaves, and a Pastel Mojave Spider...

And what about the girls?

A Spider, two Mojaves, and a Pastel Mojave Spider (who is of course, staying here)

I am in love. I really do like this combination... I look forward to seeing her grow up.

I am glad to have the opportunity to have a gal...

YAY for more SPIDERS!

Swimming in more Spiders, and I am alright with it!

The next clutch doesn't hatch out for another week, so I am lacking in topics somewhat.

Suggestions? Comments? Concerns?

What have I not touched on in a while?

What do you wanna see?

Let me know, and have a great day, my friends!


Nick N. Jenks, OK said...

Congrats! I have a topic which I haven't seen you touch least over the last year or so since I have been reading your blog. How many snakes do you have to put in freezer due to abnormalities. What are some of the issues you have run into. What were the morphs you were working with at the time. Thanks Heather!

akaangela said...

Heather you need to move to a bigger house so you have more room for more snakes :D I would like to see a pic of your herp room. I would like to know how many babies that are slow starters and how many are fast growers. Do you notice that a mom or dad that is a good feeder produces good feeding babies (and via versa)? What has been your biggest challenge this breeding season?