Spring in winter
My snails have been confused in recent months. Some species that always lay their eggs in March or April decided to start doing so in October. And not 1 clutch like other years but several. This is probably caused by warmer autumn. This produced a bit more work to always check the boxes. At the moment I prefer not to have extra young born and so the eggs are taken away immediately. The last clutches were from 2 achatina reticulatas, each of which laid a hundred eggs with a day difference.