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So I don't have any pictures on hand and the only camera I have is my roomates Iphone. Taking good pictures of these little guys is next to impossible so I am sorry for not posting pictures in this, but....The first day my Varadero pair went into their viv they laid 2 eggs! I was able to pull the eggs out and they developed into tads I actually witnessed one of the tads break free of the egg and take his first few laps around the petri dish which was phenomenal. I just witnessed today that my male was transporting a tad!!!! They slipped a clutch passed me If they don't transport the tads to a film canister I don't think I'll be able to pull the tads, ugh. Once the tads go into the broms or wherever the female will take care of them correct? This means that they will stop breeding until the tads morph out, right? I just want to clarify. Thanks for looking.