As we all know, Augustus Fink-Nottle finds nothing more fascinating than the mating habits of newts. Nature conspired, on the week following Valentine's Day, to bring five of his male newts (Felix, George, Horatio, Isidore and Sebastian) together with five of his female newts (Annabelle, Beatrice, Chloe, Delilah, and Lizbeth), with one successful wooing on each succeeding day, Monday through Friday. The masculine newts employed various romantic strategies to catch the eyes of their mates. One changed color to win his lady newt, one inflated his dewlap, one danced in a Figure 8, one blinked very rapidly at his sweetheart, and one did the classic (and exciting!) tail quiver.
All of this would have made fine research for young Fink-Nottle, but he had received a Valentine's Day missive himself, with a poem about how the stars twinkling above in God's daisy chain guided the girl to find in him her true and perfect love angel ... or some kind of tosh like that. In any case. this mash note had him dazed and confused, mixing up and losing his data until all that remained were the 8 clues below.
Can you, with the help of the 8 clues given, help determine which newt courted which on what day of the week, and what romantic stratagem was employed?