Quadricornis Update

Chase

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Hello all!
Well I promised some people I'd put up some pictures of my quads, and show the female's belly. They all have been eating up on the grasshoppers for about a week, and they love them! Unfortunately, they are all gone, so they are going back to supers and crickets for now. Hopefully, the female will be laying in about two weeks. Along with that news, I am hoping to write my breeding observations, and notes down for everyone to read so people who are interested in breeding this species can work with these specs, as it is what worked for me, on multiple occasions.

Enjoy!
LPR08

P.S.- @Laurie and Kevin- They say hi :)
 

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Chase

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More pictures.

Enjoy!
LPR08
 

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Ace

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awsome pics!!!

i do fine the quads rather fascinating:)

they have cool memorizing green color and cant forget the sailfin they have:D
 

Chase

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Hopefully, I will be able to keep one female from this clutch, and I will have two pairs, and I might get one more just to have 2.3, but I will probably stop at that for the time being. They really did acclimate well, and they are just awesome to watch and care for.

LPR08
 
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