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RE: Questions about G. chameleontinus?

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Posted by: jobi at Sun Apr 8 04:21:46 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jobi ]  
   

my eggs do best at DTH 85f and NTL 75f I do not go lower nor higher then these temps, my eggs hatch in the 60-76 day range.

Viable eggs are more about your husbandry, its starts with good care of your lizards, the second most important is good nesting options, once these are covered incubation is a walk in the park, good eggs are tough as nails.

The number of unfertile reflects your females condition, well kept females will produce clutches after clutches of good eggs like clockwork. These are resistant to bacterial and environment. I too spray my eggs when needed, but mass is the key to safe incubation, when you incubate with mass (volume) it more forgiving of human errors.

In closing acanthosaura sp have the same needs as gonos, keeping them at lower temps is a mistake.

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