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    Dissapointing Season

    So out of 5 pairs that were put together only one female laid eggs. 100% het Pied x 100% het Pied. 6 large eggs were the result, and 3 weeks down the line, they are doing great. Sadly, they are not mine. They belong to a friend of mine. Pic to follow.

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    Ball Pythons
    1.0 Pinstripe
    1.0 Coral Glow Pastel
    1.0 Ginger Enchi
    1.0 Spectre
    1.0 BlackPastel Yellowbelly
    1.0 Albino
    1.0 Fire
    1.0 Enchi Mojave
    1.0 Enchi
    1.0 Calico
    1.0 Leopard
    0.1 Mojave Spider
    0.1 Butter
    0.2 Fire
    0.1 Yellow Belly
    0.2 Pastel
    0.3 Normal
    0.1 Bumblebee
    0.1 Mystic
    0.1 Enchi
    0.1 Pinstripe 66% het Pied
    0.1 Leopard

    Other Pythons
    1.0 Carpet Pythons

    BOAS
    1.1 Dumerils
    2.2 Red Tail


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    Re: Dissapointing Season

    Found the pic. They were laid on 19 October.

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    Ball Pythons
    1.0 Pinstripe
    1.0 Coral Glow Pastel
    1.0 Ginger Enchi
    1.0 Spectre
    1.0 BlackPastel Yellowbelly
    1.0 Albino
    1.0 Fire
    1.0 Enchi Mojave
    1.0 Enchi
    1.0 Calico
    1.0 Leopard
    0.1 Mojave Spider
    0.1 Butter
    0.2 Fire
    0.1 Yellow Belly
    0.2 Pastel
    0.3 Normal
    0.1 Bumblebee
    0.1 Mystic
    0.1 Enchi
    0.1 Pinstripe 66% het Pied
    0.1 Leopard

    Other Pythons
    1.0 Carpet Pythons

    BOAS
    1.1 Dumerils
    2.2 Red Tail


    Corns
    1.2 Amel

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    Re: Dissapointing Season

    The only one of my 4 pairs that seems to have taken is a Fire x Bumblebee pair. The girl has not eaten for 7 weeks now, but has put on almost 200 grams in weight. Here are some pics taken last night. I have not seen an Ovulation. What do you all think.

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    1.0 BlackPastel Yellowbelly
    1.0 Albino
    1.0 Fire
    1.0 Enchi Mojave
    1.0 Enchi
    1.0 Calico
    1.0 Leopard
    0.1 Mojave Spider
    0.1 Butter
    0.2 Fire
    0.1 Yellow Belly
    0.2 Pastel
    0.3 Normal
    0.1 Bumblebee
    0.1 Mystic
    0.1 Enchi
    0.1 Pinstripe 66% het Pied
    0.1 Leopard

    Other Pythons
    1.0 Carpet Pythons

    BOAS
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    2.2 Red Tail


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    1.2 Amel

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    Re: Dissapointing Season

    It is said that they glow before they go. How long does the glow stay, till the eggs are laid, or till the pre-lay shed.

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    Ball Pythons
    1.0 Pinstripe
    1.0 Coral Glow Pastel
    1.0 Ginger Enchi
    1.0 Spectre
    1.0 BlackPastel Yellowbelly
    1.0 Albino
    1.0 Fire
    1.0 Enchi Mojave
    1.0 Enchi
    1.0 Calico
    1.0 Leopard
    0.1 Mojave Spider
    0.1 Butter
    0.2 Fire
    0.1 Yellow Belly
    0.2 Pastel
    0.3 Normal
    0.1 Bumblebee
    0.1 Mystic
    0.1 Enchi
    0.1 Pinstripe 66% het Pied
    0.1 Leopard

    Other Pythons
    1.0 Carpet Pythons

    BOAS
    1.1 Dumerils
    2.2 Red Tail


    Corns
    1.2 Amel

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    Re: Dissapointing Season

    Quote Originally Posted by Reptilius View Post
    It is said that they glow before they go. How long does the glow stay, till the eggs are laid, or till the pre-lay shed.

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    From my observations with my snakes, glow starts in the weeks (sometimes months) leading up to ovulation. It seems the brightest right around the day-day or so they ovulate ("go"), then returns to normal - sometimes within a day or so. So, yes, sometimes it lasts until the pre-lay shed, sometimes it disappears before.

    If a snake resorbs late in her cycle, she'll glow, glow, glow - then fade without every ovulating.

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