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RE: Spalerosophis diadema eggs

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Posted by: metalpest at Fri Sep 22 22:22:14 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by metalpest ]  
   

They need to go in an incubator fast. The sunken ones probably just need moisture and they will be fine.

I've been told to incubate all eggs, even ones that don't look good may still hatch, so just toss them all in. Make sure you don't rotate them. Place moist (not dripping) moss or a paper towel over the sunken ones until they regain moisture. I wouldn't be concerned about color. Incubate around 82F.

Fattening back up will take some time, just keep her on a heavier feeding schedule than the male. Its normal for them to be pretty skinny after laying.

I don't see a lot of diamens around, so it would be great if you could hatch some more.
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