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  1. Breeding
    I'm thinking about using those next year because I've heard some good things like the eggs are less likely to drown. (Sim containers). I just wanted to know if anyone has tried them. I was going to use them for Leopard, Fat Tails and Thick tails. They may have too much humidity for pictus or...
  2. Misc Reptile & Exotics Classifieds
    Incubation of Reptile Eggs - Gunther Kohler Used but in near-new condition Price includes postage. May take reasonable offers for a quick sale. Pickup also possible from Southend or London. -- Advanced book on the incubation of reptile eggs, including in-depth information on all stages of...
  3. Equipment Classifieds
    Hi, As the title says i have a Brand New Lucky Reptile Herp Nursery II (2) For Sale. The incubator comes with everything you would expect (in-car charger, power cable manual) as well as some free deli cups. This is for sale due to buying two and then never filling the 2nd one hence the reason...
  4. Breeding
    So I have 2 baby black rat snakes, the boy is a leucistic and the girl is an Ivory leucistic. I want to know that when i begin to breed them (girl and boy at 3 years, unrelated) what would be a good incubation temperature for the eggs and would I only get leucistic and ivory leucistic...
  5. Equipment Classifieds
    Need an egg incubator so has anyone got one nearish to York or Donny they are selling
  6. Snakes
    hi im just wondering who on here allows there carpet pythons to naturally incubate their eggs or if most just artificially incubate cos they can count eggs and keep a better eye on them etc. i myself have not even got a carpet ready to lay yet or even up the duff as it were but im just...
  7. Snakes
    Hi, i'm looking after a couple of corn snakes for someone, and the female is gravid and ready to drop eggs, and just have a couple of questions. I'm planning to incubate them in my royal tank unless i can get a consistent temperature going in my poly box incubator, and was wondering if there...
  8. Equipment Classifieds
    We have used this product now with great success on our gecko & chameleon eggs... the great thing about this product is that if the substrate gets too dry, the colour lightens up indicating that you may need to add some water. Cuts out the constant checking that your medium is the correct...
  9. Breeding
    Hi guys,I'm new in this hobby,I have an 8 ball python egg clutch in the incubator.they are 10 days old.today I returned from work and I found that temps has raised a little bit [substrate 92 deg F,air temp 92.5 deg F] for about 90 min. can someone with experience tell if they have a chance to...
  10. Snakes
    As we speak my CCP is laying her first clutch slightly unexpected but yay :2thumb: I think there are a few duds but im sure iv counted at least 6 and she is still going:flrt: now question is what temps do i keep my lil eggs at?? and is it ok to lay them on moss as i have nothing else at the mo
  11. Breeding
    My beaded dragon is busy laying her first clutch, one egg looks as though it has sunk :gasp:. Is it worth incubating or not?
  12. Equipment & Supplies
    I have just recieved the 10 boxes i ordered and must say i was pleasantly suprised by the quality and design of these. Can now see why they cost £18 each. Has anyone used these this year? If so i have a few questions :- What moisture containing medium did you use ? Has anyone incubated...
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