Don Quixote is a "Green Phase" Victorian locality type Eastern Blue Tongue Skink (Tiliqua scincoides scincoides). He is a descendant of zoo stock and is one of only six founding animals (that I know of) of this type in the USA. I imported this guy in the spring of 2018 from New Zealand and he has sired several pure Eastern litters since.
Josie is descendant of zoo stock and is one of only six founding stock (that I know of) of this type in the USA. I imported this girl in the spring of 2018 and she proved out her first litter of Green Phase Easterns in 2020.
This guy is my favorite skink in my collection. He was the first born skink after I officially formed Reptile Mountain as a thing! He is from litter ID# Z1.17.01 - His sire is Boaz (Produced by the well respected Ray Gurgui) and his dam is Lydia (produced by the highly reputable Captive Bred Excellence). He was able to breed to Raptor (ID#9) in 2019 for his first breeding season siring 9 healthy bubs and has been a go to breeder ever since. His offspring are typically large and robust even for the already large and robust Northern species.
Picacho was produced by Greg Accetta of Rhode Island Blue Tongues. Greg is a top tier skink breeder in the USA. Picacho's sire is named "Alpha" produced by Captive Bred Excellence and his dam is named "Sweet D" produced by James Wilson. He is SaltNLight's littermate. Picacho is a F2 on his Sire's side (from a USFWS seizure) making him exceptionally closely related to wild Northerns in Australia! This alone makes his offspring desirable to many breeders, collectors, and pet owners because they are closer to Australian animals.
Quaker is from Reptile Mountain Litter ID# Z1.17.06 - Her sire is Boaz ( produced by skink breeding icon Ray Gurgui) and her dam is Lydia (produced by Captive Bred Excellence who has a top tier reputation). Quaker bred with Phineas in 2017 for her first season and gave birth to 11 healthy babies. She is one of my most consistent dams yielding high litter numbers.