Of all the husbandry aspects involved with keeping Green Tree Pythons, I enjoy the breeding process the most. There is nothing like raising Green Tree Pythons from neonates to adults and successfully breeding a pair.
However, the stress of breeding can occasionally have negative affects on your Green Tree Pythons, and cause their keepers to develop a few more gray hairs (or in my case lose a few hairs).
I tend to follow the standard boid cycling protocol set forth by other keepers, such as Dave & Tracy Barker, Ross & Marzec…etc.
Another thing I try to do is read my females. If I have a female who is cruising her cage, off feed, and looking as though she is developing follicles, then I will pair her with a male.