Neonates...3 of a kind!

VigilantSpearIII

New Member
I don't usually make threads...Still, I thought most of you members would appreciate this news. This is the first time that dates have crossed so closely. Ambilobe Panthers (Blue Bars), High Turquoise Veiled, and Xantholophus Jacksons...The Panthers were hatched on 7/25, the Veiled started hatching yesterday, and the Jackons birthed a couple of hours ago. Photos are from my Note II, so they aren't the best quality, but I will dig out my Nikon tomorrow.























Yeah...I better get some extra flies... I don't think 3 cultures will cut it this time.
 

juice28

New Member
great shots!!! and those are some dam good "not so good quality" pics! i wish my phone took not so good pics as clear as yours lol
 

laurie

Retired Moderator
Three different kinds of babies at once? How will you get any work done at all? They are all darn cute!! I like having two species together for a while, looks cool. Congrats

Question, in the first two pictures I can see blue from where you marked the top. What did you use? I always want to do that but am worried I will poke a hole with a pencil. I need something easy that will not hurt my babies.
 

VigilantSpearIII

New Member
Three different kinds of babies at once? How will you get any work done at all? They are all darn cute!! I like having two species together for a while, looks cool. Congrats

Question, in the first two pictures I can see blue from where you marked the top. What did you use? I always want to do that but am worried I will poke a hole with a pencil. I need something easy that will not hurt my babies.
Yes, believe it or not, I use a Sharpy. I have never had any troubles.
 
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