My computer crashed earlier this year, but I'm going to try and reconstruct using what information I have. In this case, I don't have a lot.
The female was mine, the male a loaner. She was bred, I think, in last November and wintered with everyone else in the common room. In December, the temps were droped to 65. Flooding begn in January, when temps were increased to 70. In February, they rose again to 75 (I also continued to flood for this species, because she was wallowing in her water dish--this species seems to want it very wet) and temps were back to 80 in March. The A. geniculata laid her sac on 03/09/07, and she was an extremely sweet female right up until I pulled her sac on 03/30/07. To this day, she still hasn't forgiven me.
On 04/10/07 I opened the sac. There wasn't a bad egg in there, but there was also no development. I closed the sac and let it go another 10 days. On 04/20/07 I again opened the sac. No development and the eggs were beginning to dry out. Male infertile? I counted for the heck of it. There were 2107. The eggsac was a little smaller than a tennis ball and it was very thick, feeling almost like paper on the bottom. Very interesting.