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Old 25-03-2010, 03:48 AM
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This is my first egg i have manged to get this far last year due to duds and mould issues they all failed ]


soo does it look healthy to you guys ?
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looks like it has a pinkish tint so yes looks fine
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Old 25-03-2010, 03:46 PM
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Is the cricket tub directly on the heat mat?
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no its restin on two plastic cases while i find some sutible sticks i think im going to go with some BBQ wooden ones
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Old 25-03-2010, 04:11 PM
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no its restin on two plastic cases while i find some sutible sticks i think im going to go with some BBQ wooden ones
Ahh cool, yeah they eggs looks fine try and half bury it though
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Old 22-04-2010, 04:28 PM
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help help help help help

the egg above it due to hatch this week or next week but it has started denting one on the side yesturday morning and then two small ones appearedin the afternoon.

is this due to it hatchin or is it failin ????
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Old 22-04-2010, 04:33 PM
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the egg above it due to hatch this week or next week but it has started denting one on the side yesturday morning and then two small ones appearedin the afternoon.

is this due to it hatchin or is it failin ????
if it's still looking good in colour (no yellowgunky bits etc), the humidity/medium hasn't dried and it's due to hatch (when was it laid and what temps is it cooking at?) then it may well be hatching ........ good luck
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Looks fine, those humidity/hygrometer guages are as much use as a chocolate fire guard though
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Old 22-04-2010, 05:23 PM
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its cookin at around 80-85 f
i was not 100% when it was laid as the other one in the clutch was behond help lol

i guess its due this week or next roughly i have to others in the incubator that i know the hatch date of silly female hideing them so well

its not going funny just denting i added more water just incase it was humitiy but then two more dents appeard so it must be hatching i hope


how long does it normally take then ?
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how long does it normally take then ?
if it's hatching time can vary from a few minutes to a day .... have had some shoot out like rockets and others who've just about poked their nose out and have stayed tucked in for aggggges
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