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  1. Snakes
    I am sooo happy, we got our first clutch of Royal Pythons today šŸ˜ They are incubating now but I took a quick pic. I candled them, looks like we have 6 and no duds šŸ¤ž
  2. Snakes
    My rescued corn snake unexpectedly laid eggs this morning/sometime during the night. I'm unsure if they're fertile (The middle I'm fairly certain is not fertile). https://prnt.sc/jyp497 I bought a cheap incubator incase there are some fertile ones. All except the middle one are soft, What...
  3. Breeding
    Hello! First time posting on here but I have some long tailed grass lizard eggs I've been incubating. It's my first time with these guys, and there isn't a lot of info online that I could find sadly. I'm on day 29 right now, and decided to candle the eggs since I was curious, and one of them...
  4. Snakes
    Hi guys, first time raising eggs. I was told not to move them from the position my female Phoenix laid them in and not to separate them. I was also told to keep them surrounded in deep substrate. Now the eggs are doing incredibly well. However I'm kind of worried how the bottom 3 eggs will...
  5. Breeding
    Hey, i was wondering how long it should take to hatch leopard gecko eggs. I mean, its not my first time but how long is the longest you have had? Im incubating on 80.6f (27c) on average. Now the first eggs are on their 63 day. Is it ok? I mean last time it was even lower and im pretty sure it...
  6. Lizards
    Recently started incubating a couple of eggs my 3 year old female leopard gecko has laid. This is the first time I've decided to incubate them so I'm really new to it. She's in with an adult male there has defiantly been breeding going on but one of the eggs seems sunken slightly I've read all...
  7. Snakes
    Hi All, Just to let you know that HEKA's high-precision reptile incubators are now available in the UK through HEKA Incubators UK here: HEKA Reptile Incubator Ideal for high-value reptiles and where precision temperature management is important. Feel free to message me with any questions...
  8. Equipment Classifieds
    hi i have a fully working incubator with heat cable and stat and some rubs has room below with two rubs for hatchlins as well.proper nice bit of kit first to see will probably buy pm email address for pics. you wont be dissapointed its a bargain thanks for viewing. matt :2thumb::2thumb::2thumb:
  9. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    I got video of one of my Hermann's tortoises laying eggs yesterday. The egg looks fairly large! https://youtu.be/X6SRguzefGk what do you guys think? She has been building test nests for 3 weeks so I decided to try her here in a more arid part of the garden and within 2 hours eggs! There were...
  10. Snakes
    Posted on here a few days ago finding two of my eggs died, checked on the remaining eggs this morning and the rest are following :( I don't know what I'm doing wrong, they're bull snake eggs, they're 20 days old, incubating at around 84 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity at between 77 and 80%, they...
  11. Shelled - Turtles & Tortoise
    Hi, my girl laid her first clutch of eggs yesterday and they are now in my homemade incubator (design from the tortoise trust website) and the temps are set to 31 degrees and humidity is at 79% but the eggs look like they have slight condensation on them? Is this normal? Feel a little out of my...
  12. Spiders and Inverts
    Hi, I have just been given some eggs from a leaf insect and need some help on incubating them. The person didn't want anymore so has given the eggs away. I have Stick insects and was wondering if the incubating is similar to stickies i.e in a ventilated tub on damp kitchen towel. I have been...
  13. Lizards
    Hi all I got as some of you may know got morning geckos any way I got two gecko eggs which are 47 days now. When I get light at the angle I can see the geckos in side. I can also see a little air space/pocket that has developed over the last week or so. The eggs are getting stretch like marks on...
  14. Lizards
    HI, I have two eggs incubating at 32/89 for males and now at 45 days. One has slightly dimpled in as has been like it for 5 days and was wondering if it is ok or not. They both feel like latex so assume must be still ok. This is the furthest I have had with incubating and quite apprehensive. I...
  15. Lizards
    Hi, I am planning to breed my leopard geckos next year. I am not really hoping for anything to special. I would be happy with some nice normals, but I have seen different ways of incubating eggs and wondered what people think would be the best way or what works for them I was originally going...
  16. Snakes
    what ratio of vermiculate and water do you use for incubating corns eggs?
  17. Lizards
    Hello ladies and gents, Just a quick little question, as I've been looking at videos all over the internet at leo's laying and about incubating/hatching blah blah, but I've seen a couple times that at a certain time point, the gecko in the egg will have its sex (temp according of course) and it...
  18. Lizards
    Eggs been in the incubator for 21 days and are definitely fertile and looking great! Incubating the eggs at 85-86 Fahrenheit so how long will it take on average for eggs to hatch?
  19. Lizards
    Can a leopard gecko egg still be viable when it has collapsed slightly, it looks fertile from candling it! Help!!
  20. Lizards
    I have 2 leopard gecko eggs that have been in the incubator for 13 days! I have candled them and they are a reddish colour which look fertile to me! However both eggs have caved in slightly! But they do not have any mould or anything growing on them! Are these eggs bad or is it common for them...
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