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.
First clutch of 2010! Should be an interesting one, hoping to get at least one or two Ivory Het Piebalds.
Hatched: 1.1 Ivory Het Piebalds, 0.2 YB Het Pied, 2.1 Het Pieds (all possible GeneX)
What a great first clutch of 2010! These Ivories and yellowbellys are smoking hot!
Pic 1 - Ivories & YBs
Pic 2 - Het Pieds
Pic 3 - Ivories
Pic 4 - YB Het Pied / Belly
Did a few Co-Dom roulette clutches this season. Here's the first.
Hatched: 1.2 Spiders, 0.1 Pastel, 1.1 Normals
Missed on Bumblebees in this clutch. 1:4 odds for either Bees or normals and ended up with 1.1 normals. That's how it goes! On the bright side, these Spiders are extremely clean patterned and nice.
Enchi did most of the heavy lifting on this one. Lesser also hooked up a couple of times.
Hatched: 2.0 Enchis, 0.4 Normals
These Enchis are absolute screamers, but would have preferred a couple females! There are enchis and then there are ENCHIS, getting a quality example of this morph makes all the difference when it comes to combos.
The Pastel Lavender is a highly sought after combo that takes the Lavender to NEON levels. Pastel Het Lavenders are the first step. See this clutch on YouTube!
Hatched: 2.1 Pastel Het Lavenders, 2.1 Het Lavenders
Nice start to the project, glad to get my pair of Pastel Hets to begin growing up.
This clutch will produce 100% Het Lavender Albinos.
Hatched: 3.3 Het Lavenders
Pic 1 - Females
Pic 2 - Males
More het Lavenders on the way, this dame has a nice black back that I would love to see pop out in the offspring... purple-backed Lavenders anyone?
Hatched: 2.4 Het Lavenders
Happy with the odds on this one. Several of these have black-backed areas on them. Not likely genetic per se, but the result of selective breeding, and that's what JKR is all about!
This may produce Piebalds and Pumpkin Pieds or at least YB Het Pieds and Het Pieds along with GeneX animals. 6 seems to be the number! This is the 6th clutch in a row with 6 eggs.
Hatched: 3.0 YB Het Pieds, 2.1 Het Pieds (All possible GeneX)
Like I expected, this Dame did not prove to be Het Pied. Crappy sex ratio, but these are by far the most extreme YB Het Pieds I've ever produced!
This should produce pastels, yellowbellys, and pastel yellowbellys.
Hatched: 1.1 Pastel Yellowbellys, 3.0 Pastels, 1.2 Normals
Very nice pair of Pastel Yellowbellys, kinda got the shaft on the rest of the ratios... no normal YBs in the clutch.
Pic 1 - Pastels, Normals
Pic 2 - Pastel YBs
What a disappointingly small clutch. One of these is a "boob" egg. These usually still hatch and this one has plenty of good veins.
Both eggs in this clutch went bad about 30 days into incubation. Very frustrating, but that's breeding Ball Pythons for you!
Sire of this clutch is an awesome Genetic Blackback Jungle Woma. Dame is the JKR line Granite that produced this awesome granite female
in 09 Clutch #11.
Hatched: 2.3 Jungle Womas, 1.1 Normals (1 hatchling JW was dead in the egg)
No Blackbacks or Granites... I see TONS of potential in the Jungle Womas.
Pic 1 - Jungle Womas
Pic 2 - Normals
Nice big clutch that should should produce Pastels, Fires and Fireflys. Only bred her one time... must have been perfect timing!
Hatched: 0.1 Firefly, 2.1 Fires, 3.0 Pastels, 0.2 Normals - 1 egg went bad during incubation
Pic 1 - Firefly
Pic 2 - Firefly, Fires
Pic 3 - Pastels, Normals
Both the Sable and Firefly (pictured)
males had a chance with this female.
Hatched: 1.0 Firefly, 1.0 Fire, 1.1 Pastels, (1 egg went bad during incubation)
Firefly male takes it.
This is a interesting clutch. Bred the really cool Shatter Fire
from 09 clutch #08
back to the dame to see if there might be more Shatter Fires produced or if there might be a double form of the gene. Pairing pic HERE.
Also the Firefly male had a chance with this dame early on before the Shatter Fire got his game on
Hatched: 1.2 Fireflys, 1.1 Fires, 1.0 Pastel, 3.0 Normals
Nice clutch here, nothing as extreme as the 09 Shatter Fire, but all of these definitely have some funky patterning. One of the female Fireflys had a bit of trouble with a twisted umbilicus. You can check that out on Youtube.
Update: Pic #2 is of the female shown in the video. After some time and TLC, she's thriving and growing fast!
Very excited to be producing my first Orange Dreams this year. The OD is a dominate mutation founded by Ozzy Boids. It is a very cool mutation to work into different combos, with my favorite so far being the Orange Dream Spider.
Hatched: 1.1 Orange Dream Spiders, 1.0 Orange Dream, 1.1 Normals
These are awesome! Female is especially smoking hot and they will get with each shed... This clutch was a joint project with Rico Feliciano of Feliciano Reptiles
This is the same pairing that produced the incredible Pepper Pins
Hatched: 1.4 Pinstripes, 1.0 Granite (one egg went bad in incubation)
No Pepper Pins, very disappointing to miss the odds on this one.