Well, I guess I'll start another luna thread - hope y'all aren't tired of them!
I'll start with a picture of my mating lunas - the mint green female is on the left, and the yellowish green male is on the right -
Here's a picture of some of the eggs -
Here's the first three pictures of the hatchlings -
I had to use the macro lens on my camera - you can't imagine how really tiny they are! If not for the first picture, I wouldn't know that they have a brown horizontal area across their head. I also notice tiny little cream-colored dots in the first picture - that's got to be oak pollen, which is EVERYWHERE!
I'm happy to report that even though the temperature got down to 32.6F degrees last night, nothing has been damaged. I brought the hatchlings and my RSP cat inside, plus many vulnerable plants. All the plants outside, including the tender new growth on the trees (and I'm especially interested in the sweetgum trees for the lunas) looks just the same as it did yesterday.