<![CDATA[StarDust Scales - Activity]]>Thu, 18 Jan 2018 23:21:38 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[Caatinga Rainbow Boa Tail Wrap! (E. Assisi)]]>Wed, 11 Nov 2015 21:41:55 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/caatinga-rainbow-boa-tail-wrap-e-assisiPicture
We observed our first tail wrap from our pair of adult Epicrates Assisi, commonly known as Caatinga Rainbow Boas. We are very excited to see they have taken a liking to each other and our fingers are crossed for spring babies! 

<![CDATA[3rd baby Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko has hatched and it's a girl!]]>Fri, 06 Nov 2015 00:34:00 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/3rd-baby-satanic-leaf-tailed-gecko-has-hatched-and-its-a-girlPicture
Our first female of the season hatched on the night of Halloween! This little red girl is looking great and we couldn't be more pleased wither colors! Hatched just about 5 days ago and already looking stunning! 

<![CDATA[2nd baby Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko has hatched ]]>Fri, 06 Nov 2015 00:26:51 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/2nd-baby-satanic-leaf-tailed-gecko-has-hatchedPicture
The clutch mate to our first hatchling has joined us! This one  hatched the evening of October 2nd. This baby boy is very dark compared to his brother and appears to be doing well at about a month old now :) 

<![CDATA[Baby Uroplatus Phantasticus have hatched!]]>Fri, 06 Nov 2015 00:23:46 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/baby-uroplatus-phantasticus-have-hatchedPicture
First baby Satanic Lead Tailed Gecko of the season has hatched! This little boy baby popped out on October 2nd 2015 and is growing very quickly! 

<![CDATA[Litter of Brazilan Rainbow Boas]]>Sat, 27 Jun 2015 23:25:11 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/litter-of-brazilan-rainbow-boasPicture
Our first litter of Brazilian Rainbow Boas is on the ground and all 7 have eaten multiple times, shed, and are doing wonderfully!! Sired by our TT Stripe Leviathan, all babies are 100% Het-TT Stripe and can produce aberrant patterned offspring. 

<![CDATA[Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko eggs]]>Fri, 05 Jun 2015 03:46:18 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/satanic-leaf-tailed-gecko-eggsPicture
Last year our female produced 4 babies, and this year is starting off well with some gorgeous eggs in the incubator! Looking forward to another season working with these geckos!

<![CDATA[Baby leopard geckos]]>Sat, 24 May 2014 21:56:35 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/baby-leopard-geckosPicture
We officially have Mack Snow leopard gecko babies!! Ten healthy babies so far and more on the way!!
Sired by a Mac Snow Blizzard Marble Eye produced by GeckoGuy. Mother is a Mac Snow with a beautiful long tail who was produced locally.
Our albino tremper female is just getting the hang of egg laying and has started to produce fertile eggs as well. Hopefully we should see some babies from her in the next few weeks.
We currently have a couple for sale in the Available section of our page, but if you are looking for something specific please don't hesitate to contact us. We only post the oldest offspring though often have many more that we have available to sell. 

<![CDATA[Crested Geckos]]>Thu, 24 Apr 2014 04:36:05 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/crested-geckosCrested geckos are starting to hatch!! With over 20 egg incubating and more being laid regularily, we should have plenty for sale soon! Current projects include mainly: Red pinstripes, cream pinstripes, super dalmatians, high yellow, halloween harlequin pinstripes, and dark olives. ]]><![CDATA[Satanic Leaf Tailed Geckos]]>Thu, 24 Apr 2014 04:30:12 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/satanic-leaf-tailed-geckosPicture
Satanic Leaf Tailed Geckos have been born! Both of our females first two eggs have hatched, incubated for 82 and 86 days. The first hatchling appears to be a male, and the second female. We found another egg this week as well and have one already incubating. Season is off to a great start!

<![CDATA[Rainbow boa Tail wrap observed]]>Fri, 07 Feb 2014 09:28:10 GMThttp://testabc12.com/activity/rainbow-boa-tail-wrap-observedPicture
After introducing Flash and Bertha the Brazilian Rainbow Boas on January 4th 2014, I observed occasional courting behaviors and unusual activity patterns, I have finally seen a tail wrap as of 1am this morning Feb 7th. It's the first of many steps to producing baby Brazilians, but it's pretty amazing none the less! (pictured is some of the courting behavior I observed, unfortunately I haven't been able to get a picture of a tail wrap)