January 1, Gonyosoma oxycephalum:
Surely a good start of this new year! On October 19 a mating was observed and today, 73 days later the female laid 4 big eggs.
I did put the eggs in a box with moist vermiculite and they went into the incubator at 29 degrees Celsius
January 1, Corallus caninus:
My first attempt to breed C. caninus last February failed. Maybe they where too young (5 years old at that time) or maybe I introduced the male too late in the mating season?
This year I introduced the male to the biggest female in December. At the same time I dropped the night temperature during a period of three weeks and I increased the misting.
Last night there was not only fireworks outside to celebrate the new year…
January 5, Lamprophis aurora:
These L. aurora are born on July 27 2021. One of them refuses food ever since.
This picture was taken two weeks ago to show the difference in seize with one of the others from the same litter.
Much to my surprise the little one accepted food on December 31.
Today, five days later I found her dead. The prey was not digested. The remaining four from this litter are doing very well and accept one day old mice.