1. Seeco

    New Hatchlings Kinyongia multituberculata

    These guys popped out of nowhere! I casually glanced in the incubator and saw one pawing at the side of its container. Looked in and 6 had already hatched. The other 4 came out the next day. 100% hatch rate :D After the last one hatched it started raining outside. Interesting correlation that...
  2. Seeco

    Awww! Just wanna eat em up!

  3. Seeco

    Some Kinyongia Breeding Q and A

    Photoprincess and I decided to share this q and a with everyone: You can have a female lay eggs in under 30 days from the time of mating so be ready by day 20. In a case where you are not sure when it happened you should just get a laying bin set up as soon as you detect eggs. For...
  4. Sticktongue

    New K multi

    I have been PMing back and forth with Seeco for about 2 months now when i decided to get a multi. First of all, Louis is a great guy! He has answered SO many questions for me the last two months. I got my new little guy last tuesday! The first day i was in pure shock of how small he was, even...
  5. Seeco

    Age progression male Kinyongia multituberculata

    Selected as a breeder at a very early age for his highly speckled pattern. Pretty cool aside from the horns bending: About 3 months. That is my pinkie he is on. Umm 5 months, who knows...Good example of an undersize cage. I have no recollection of taking this pic going with 9 months 12...
  6. Seeco

    Back in the saddle -- new Kinyongia multituberculata babies

    After loosing a few clutches this winter I held off on announcing these guys prematurely. I think it is safe to say now that they are rock solid. Hatched around July 1st. Sorry for the poor quality but I am not messing around with these guys -- taking them out and posing them for...
  7. Seeco

    Pics of a male breeder Kinyongia

    He is getting green and large really fast now. Time to set up some "dates". CBB in San Diego.
  8. Seeco

    Welcome bloodline G Kinyongia multituberculata

    Here is bloodline G. Born just this week. Line H due in the next 30 days.
  9. Goldeneye


    I didn't see the eye during the shooting. Just while viewing the pictures, I realized the flash made the eye visible since there are still a few scales missing. (Kinyongia multituberculata)
  10. Kinyongia Multituberculata Is Thirsty

    Kinyongia Multituberculata Is Thirsty

    1 week old K.multituberculata
  11. My Sunshine

    My Sunshine

    my Kinyongia multituberculata male
  12. Usambara Girl

    Usambara Girl

    7 month old Kinyongia multituberculata
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