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.
Definitely not the way I hoped to start this season out! If this egg hatches it will be a pastel.
Hatched: 0.1 Pastel
Tiny, weak little girl. Unfortunately she had her umbilical cord all twisted up and was sharing the egg with an dead twin. I'm not sure she'll pull through long-term.
Still heavy on slugs... and hating it. Hoping to pop out a female sable this year after hatching two males in 2008.
Hatched: 0.1 Sable and 2.0 Normals
Its a girl!
Very pleased with this clutch, it is a nice rebound from the first couple! These will be 100% Het Lavender Albinos.
Another BIG clutch! This clutch will produce normal appearing offspring that are 50% het Piebald and
50% het Lavender Albino. Fingers crossed for lots of girls...
Hatched: 5.4 Possible Dbl Het Lavender Pieds (50% Het Pied, 50% Het Lavender) One egg went bad during incubation
3.1 are "markered". Running just a bit boy heavy through these first few clutches. I'll be letting go of all the males from this clutch.
Pic 1 - Females
Pic 2 - Males
Pic 3 - Exceptional banded, markered male
This clutch will produce fires and normals. The Fire is the heterozygous form of the Black-eyed Lucy.
Hatched: 1.3 Fires; 4.0 Normals
These are some EXCELLENT Fires! Love the dorsal striping the three girls ended up with.
Pic 1 - Fires (male is top right)
Pic 2 - Normals
This female produced the awesome ringer
last season. I'd like to see if she'll do it again! She was bred in Dec/Jan by a Piebald and Feb/March by my original Kobylka line Pastel Pied (pictured)
. This clutch will produce 100% het Piebalds and hopefully Pastel 100% het Piebalds. Watch me set up this clutch on YouTube! Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Hatched: 3.3 Pastel Het Pieds, 1.0 Het Pied
Killed the odds on this clutch! 6 pastels out of 7 eggs... these are also the first Kobylka line 100% Het Pieds ever produced. Got my ringer after all! If you are interested in one, shoot me an email. Pic 1 - Females Pic 2 - Males Pic 3 - Female Pastel Het Pied Ringer Watch this clutch hatch on youtube!
Four very large eggs from this girl. Finally got her to lay after trying for the last couple years. Hoping for an Albino or two from this clutch!
More fire balls on the way! This is a great "clean-up" mutation that makes all of its combos brighter. The dame in this clutch was bred several times by both my fire (pictured) & pastel fire, aka firefly, males.
Hatched: 6.1 Fires, 1.0 Normal
Another home run in morph/normal odds, would have liked more girls though! One of the males has crazy shatter pattern sides. Not sure if its genetic? Definitely one of a kind! Pic 1 - Male Fires grp 1 Pic 2 - Male Fires grp 2 & male normal (lower left) Pic 3 - Fire Female Pic 4 - Shattered sided Fire male Updated pic here! (7/17) Watch this clutch hatch on youtube! (starts at 0:45 sec)
Hoping for Spot-noses here. This girl was also bred by my Super Pastel male.
Hatched: 1.0 Pastel, 0.1 Normal
Two eggs from this clutch when bad during incubation. This is my first split sire clutch of 2009! (the normal came from the spotnose male.) Unfortunately the normal was sharing the egg with a dead twin - 2nd time this season - and she is tiny and also slightly kinked.
- ID: 2009 Clutch #11
- Date Layed: May 20th, 2009
- Sire: Double Het Lav Pied
- Eggs Layed: 7 Eggs
- Date Hatched: Jul 20th, 2009
Awesome unproven granite female that I've been looking forward to producing from. All offspring from this clutch will be 50% het piebald AND 50% het lavender albino. Come on females!!! Amazing no more slugs since clutch #02... hope I don't jinx it...
Hatched: 0.1 Granite poss dbl Het Dreamsicle
This clutch was a disappointment, 6 eggs went bad along the way. Very happy to see this little granite girl though and prove the dame genetic granite.
This granite has not proven dominate in the past two seasons. Everyone tells me she will be recessive... we'll see. ;) This clutch will produce Vanilla and normal "het granites".
Hatched: 3.1 Vanilla poss het Granite, 2.1 poss het Granite
Pic 1 - Vanillas poss het Granite
Pic 2 - Normals poss het Granite
Definitely excited about this clutch. To my knowledge the super pastel fire has not been made yet... My odds are 1/8 so I'm thrilled to have a statistical 75% chance at it! Come on Superfly!
Hatched: 0.2 Fireflys, 1.1 Pastel, 0.1 Normal (one egg went bad during incubation)
Completely missed on both the super fly and even a super pastel... but did get some lovely parting gifts in these two beautiful fireflys! Pic 1 - Pastels and Normal Pic 2 - Fireflys Watch this clutch hatch on youtube!
Ok now everyone wants to know what the Jungle Woma is... It is a subtle, proven dominate morph that I did not name! Really, it is not a "jungle" or "woma". Pics will come in time... and hopefully a super form as well.
Hatched: 2.1 Jungle Woma, 1.2 Normal
How about a little peak? This is my 2nd year to make this awesome mutation!... Still trying to think of a new name... :p
The dame of this clutch has an awesome look and I can't wait to see the mojaves she throws!
Hatched: 1.2 Mojaves, 0.2 Normals, 0.1 ???
Very nice blushing mojaves, a couple normals and 1 really weird female!? Looks a lot like the mom of the clutch. I'll probably make a dinker project of it!
Pic 1 - Mojaves
Pic 2 - Normals and ???
Pic 3 - Nice female mojo
Pic 4 - Female ??? :)