The indication of the copulation readiness means the time from the last molt to the first copulation readiness. It's only a notion and depends on the aviable food and keeping conditions.

Male ca. 1 week after the last molt
Female ca. 1- 2 week/s after the last molt
Copulation Period ca. 2- 4 hours
Ooths First building ca. 4 weeks after the last molt
Period 4- 12 days
Place on leafs and branches
Number up to 10
Size 1cm- 2cm (sometimes 5cm)
Shape longish oval, ribbed
Color yellowish
Incubation Temperature 25°C- 30°C
Humidity 50%- 70% (spray them every 2nd day)
Period ca. 3 weeks
Hatching Number up to 74, averaged 20- 40
Size 6mm
Look brown/ black striped, like bigger nymphs, wetlooking
Breeding Temperature 25°C- 30°C
Humidity 60%- 70%
Hint As soon as the male recognizes the female, it jumps on her, without any courtship. Even if the female trys to catch the male, the male jumps fast and skilful on her back, so that she is not able to nab him.
The nymphs are very small and need least food (e.g. springtails or D. melanogaster).