Here you will find records of what has been layed and hatched here at J. Kobylka Reptiles. Please feel free to browse through the clutches and check out the parents and offspring. If you have a question or are interested in purchasing from a clutch, click the "Inquire" link.
Roll the dice! This same pairing produced the world's first YB Piebald
last year and we'll see if they can do it again. I'm convinced there is a third gene at work between these two... I'll leave it at that for now. ;)
Hatched: 0.1 Pumpkin Pied, 1.0 YB Pied, 1.1 YB 66% Het Pied, 1.1 66% Het Pied
Last year I hatched 1.0 Yellowbelly Piebald that I called the Pumpkin Pied. About a month after that, a friend in Florida hatched three YB Pieds that looked better than a normal pied, but nothing like the one I hatched! Even the yb het sibs looked different than the ones from my clutch. So I began to think that there may have been a third trait at work in my original Pumpkin Pied that was giving it that extra boost in orange and reducing the black outlining in the pattern. Repeating the exact same pairing this season, I believe that I've proved my theory! For now I'm called the third trait "Gene X" Pic 1 - Entire Clutch Pic 2 - 0.1 Pumpkin Pied / 1.0 YB Pied Pic 3 - 1.0 YB Pied Pic 4 - 0.1 Pumpkin Pied Check out the 2009 Pumpkin Pieds on YouTube!
This will produce 100% Het Genetic Stripes.
Hatched: 0.6 Het Genetic Stripes
When you pop six females in a row you have to do it all over again... I always assume that I've suddenly forgotten how to pop correctly! :) A couple of these girls have nice stripes even as hets!
More 100% Het Piebalds on the way. My male Pied (pictured) did the heavy lifting on this clutch and I witnessed the Pastel Pied locked up once toward the end. This one will be interesting!
Hatched: 4.2 Het Pieds
6 healthy het pied hatchlings!
Pic 1 - Het Pied Males
Pic 2 - Het Pied Females
This "mahogany" male (pictured) is unproven and hopefully he will be prove! He is similar to the proven dominate Mahogany ball. He was backed up on this clutch by a Ruppel line pastel male.
Hatched: 2.1 Ruppel line Pastels, 1.2 Normals
Several nice pastels and we now know the sire of this clutch!
Here's a great clutch, only a handful of Lavenders are available each year. Don't mistake them for regular Albinos, they are a step above. Brighter as hatchlings and then the purple comes in! They are non-compatible with traditional albinos.
Hatched: 1.2 Lavender Albino, 0.2 Het Lavender Albino
WOW, I've looked forward to hatching Lavenders for 3 years now, but this was way more exciting than I could possibly have imagined. These Lavs GLOW in the dark! No high-end collection can be complete without a solid Lavender project.
Pic 4 - One of the females, post-shed. These Lavs are insane!
More quality Mojaves on the way...
Hatched: 2.0 ultra light Mojaves, 1.1 ultra light Normals, 1.2 Normals
Weird clutch! Not to great on the mojo odds, but this clutch is full of these really washed out almost axanthic looking hatchlings? I have NO idea on this one...
Pic 1 - Group shot!
Pic 2 - Mojave & Normal ultra lights
Pic 3 - Ultra lights and normals
Pic 4 - Mojave ultra lights and normals
My slug drought had to end eventually... Looking for Albinos and Het Albinos from this clutch.
Hatched: 0.2 Het Albinos, 3 eggs went bad in incubation
Another JKR first! After seeing others hatch twins, I'm trilled to see these two little heads popping out! Kind of a neat recovery from all but one egg going bad.
Just a single clutch of 100% Het Clown eggs this year. There will be some combo Het Clowns coming, be watching for those...
Hatched: 1.7 Het Clowns
You can't make this stuff up! Incredible sex odds again. If you're interested in starting a Clown project, these girls are your ticket...
Small clutch! This should produce 1/2 Hypos, 1/2 Het Hypos.
Hatched: 0.3 Het Hypos
Big swing and a miss on this one. Happy with the girls though...
More Fires and possibly Fireflies! (pictured) Love the dame on this clutch - extremely light and should be a great compliment to the offspring.
Hatched: 1.1 Fires, 2.0 Normals
Two VERY light fireballs and two normals. I'm striking out on my Firefly male contributing to my fire clutches this season.
Dinking around with a Pastel 50% Het Piebald from the original Kobylka line Pastel Het Pied. This clutch will produce Pastels and Normals.
Hatched: 0.2 Pastels, 2.3 Normals
These are some smoking pastels even though the clutch odds could be better.
Pic 1 - Group Shot (0.1 Pastel not pictured... someone snapped her up!)
Pic 2 - Female Pastel
The Jungle Woma is a subtle, proven dominate morph. I really am excited about this project, but hate the name... It is not a "jungle" or "woma". Looking to make a super form in 2010...
Hatched: 2.2 "Jungle Womas", 1.0 Normal Pictured:
0.1 SMOKING hot JW...
Jungle Woma genetic characteristics:
- Overall brighter color with more oranges
- Reduced pattern
- Dorsal blushing
- Side spots on nose and occasionally a spot on the tip
- Black speckling in heat pits and sometimes chin
- Black stripe running down center of the belly
- Light golden head
My 2nd and final clutch of Vanillas for 2009. The dame is an awesome harlequin-looking female. This should produce 1/2 Vanillas, 1/2 normals.
Hatched: 1.0 Vanilla, 3.1 Normals (1 egg went bad in incubation)
I really took it on the nose with this clutch - odds and sex wise... hurts! This little male vanilla is very nice though.