at Sat Apr 8 20:31:42 2006 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by koashmar ]
I have recently acquired 10 lacerta eggs from a petstore. Care was taken in removal from the habitat to not turn them in any way. There are 10 eggs, female seemed very healthy and active. I have no idea what species she was - she was marked "assorted" and was the only one. I'm tempted to go back and buy her...she was beautiful.
Anyway, on to my point! I have never incubated eggs, but have a number of reptiles and thus have experience with them. I have put the eggs in wet forest bedding just below the surface of the dirt. I am reading all sorts of variations on temperature, moisture, incubation time, etc..
Any advice that you can offer would be great. I'll get a photo of the lizard tomorrow to narrow down what species, specifically, she is. Thanks!
1.0.0 Mali Uromastyx
0.1.0 Bearded Dragon
0.1.0 Crested Gecko
1.2.0 German Shepherds
0.1.1 Birds (Cockatiel and Conure)
0.0.2 Florida red-bellied turtles
3 Fish tanks (SW and FW)
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