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Posted by: pdragon1 at Sat Jan 19 16:24:48 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pdragon1 ]  
   

Hi, It sounds like your eggs are going bad. If there is the right amount of moisture in the container then it may be something else. At the end of the breeding season, I'll get a few eggs that do the exact same thing as you described. I think it's dietary because the same parents produced eggs earlier that hatched. The parents get depleted and should be cooled for a couple of months to prevent them from laying eggs and to put weight back on. Crested eggs will usually sweat before they hatch. Equal parts by weight perlite/water is good for incubating them. I keep my eggs around 78-80 degrees, and they will hatch in a couple of months. Hope this answers your questions. Thanks, Josh


   

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