Doc Posted May 27, 2014 Share Posted May 27, 2014 I just checked on my flat horn hisser enclosure and found tons of little nymphs. I don't know if this was one big litter or several smaller ones. From what I can tell there are at least 40 on that one egg flat. It even looks like there are other gravid females as well. Some sources I found on this species said that they were slow breeders and to expect small litters. They are doing much better than I expected. These guys are quickly becoming my favorite hisser. I just love their shape and crimson markings. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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