Failure. We just found 7 more slugs from our only gravid female today. She's also empty, so no cute little babies this season.
We believe this to be a temperature issue following the record temperatures this summer which we couldn't fully protect the collection from.
It's still heartbreaking.
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Inca the 15-year-old female white line Nuevo León Kingsnake! She is a sweet-tempered little girl and has a particular fondness for quail day when it comes to feeding. These guys are also called Thayers or Variable Kingsnakes and make phenomenal pets and arid displays. With their small size, gentle dispositions and never ending array of natural colors these guys are really underrated little gems in terms of colubrids. ❤️ I’m curious, what are all of your favorite Kingsnake species? For me it’s these, Graybanded and Knoblochi Kings!
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Origami and some lettuce from our garden.
No pesticides or fertilizers are used in our garden, only homemade compost!
Pesticides and fertilizers runoff into water systems polluting our lakes rivers and oceans. I’m sure everyone has heard on the news about the outbreak of green toxic Cyanobacteria and algae in water systems across America and has resulted in a number of dog deaths and causing illness in people. These things are caused by the over use of fertilizers and pesticides coupled with the hotter temperatures we have had this year, making a huge bloom.
I hope this bit of info was helpful to you guys! So let’s stop using that miracle grow!