The life cycle includes several basic stages, minimally including eggs, hatchlings, juveniles, and adults.
In New Mexico, destroyed nests and gravid females have been found in late May; one gravid female contained 9 eggs; recently emerged hatchlings were found in mid-April (these evidently overwintered in the nest), mid-August, and late October (Degenhardt et al. 1996).
Life-span data are unavailable, but undoubtedly some individuals live at least a few decades.
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