hi ive seen this in links in the past and would like to know if it works as a incubator and what's the hatch rate on it if you have used it more comments the better just trying to get as much info as possible. on this as it looks the same and when you read it it looks like it does the same job...
I just wanted to take a minute to say a big thanks to Tigger79 :notworthy:
I'm away in China at the moment and he was kind enough to offer to look after 2 of my juvenile royals and incubate a clutch of eggs for me so that I didn't have to place all 3 in the care of my very expensive local...
looking very very far into the future here but eventually i want to have the correct knowledge etc to breed my geckos, therefore after some advice.
I have noticed alot of people simply create an incubator box using a RUB with substrate moistened then obviously some sort of heat...
just a quick one really
when it comes to incubate royal eggs i set the temp of the incubator to 88-89 but when i place tub in the temp drops
so..1-will i have to set the temp when tub is placed in?
2-does the temp inside the tub need to be 88-89?
any help would be great regards...
Lisa layed her eggs yesterday morning and they were lovely and plump and went hard quickly. Not like the last batch which were soft. So I have decided to incubate them. This morning they have collapsed quite alot so i have increased humidity. Anyone suggest anything else i can do?
hello everyone i think i no the answer to this as i have hatched many healthy geckos but i thought i would ask just as we can always learn somthing new! if eggs go mouldy during incubation does that mean they are infertile or unhealthy or the were not fertile? thanks :welcome:
So what's everyone putting in their lay box's for cresties and What are people using to incubate the eggs this up coming season... I know everyone has their own personal preferences haha.
Just thought people could post what they've had work for them successfully give me and others a general...
Can anyone tell me which one of the following product are good for incubate the Leopard Gecko?
- Squamata Concepts SIM container
- The Gecko Egg Organiser G.E.Os
I currently using the exo terra incubator at home...
Have just discovered 2 new eggs in one of the leos lay box. only problem is theyre stuck to the sides of the tub. I tried to nudge them a little but theyre stuck fast and I have a feeling they would tear if i tried forcing them out. Would it be ok to leave them in situ and put them straight in...
Was just wondering if anyone here has good advice on breeding water dragons / incubating there eggs ect? I have two females which I have had for around 6 years and have recently introduced an adult male I recently acquired , they are not in the same enclosure but there is a hell of a lot of...
As above, incubator wanted must be suitable for Royal Eggs.
Not interested in Homemade Incubators have 7 of them and they do get used but I want something like HerpIINursey :P or better
PM with what you have to offer.
And would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.
Finally, after waiting 70 days the lil fellas hatched, stunning marking and colours, really chuffed with them :). Taking pictures was hard to do as it kept appearing blurry, so i put a video together of them. Hope you enjoy it :)
YouTube - crested gecko hatchling + more!
My female leo has layed her first clutch (well her first since I've owned her, her owner said she ayed once before but the eggs didn't survive). I was just wandering how everyone incubates their gecko eggs?
What gender did they come out as?
How long did it Take...
What is everyones preffered/better materials to make one out of?
Just want to know which is the better way for breeders to make it out of
through past experience.
Also, can anyone come up with other morphs as the pair will be female
okeetee and male snow corn.