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C. Gracilis (Graceful Chameleon) Eggs...

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Posted by: ornate_uro at Tue Apr 29 09:29:56 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ornate_uro ]  
   

Hello,

I have an excellent, well-established pair of Graceful Chameleons. I bred them almost a year ago and my female dropped eggs in August of 2008. She had to be given a shot to induce labor, but she dropped around 30 something healthy, but small looking eggs. I still have the eggs incubating at around 72-73F like I read. But not much breeding info on these guys is available. These eggs have been incubating for ALMOST A YEAR! They have defintely gotten bigger, Ive lost some due to mold and rot. But all in all I have about 12 that still look good. Dont know what to do? I know these chameleons specifically are hard to hatch out. Any advice???

Thanks!
Mike


   

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