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help,eggs hatching too early!

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Posted by: bigdogreps at Sat Nov 8 11:02:37 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bigdogreps ]  
   

Can anyone advise me to as to why my veiled eggs would hatch too early? The clutch is at approximately 6 months one week. Some eggs look more translucent then others and some look filled up with a more developed baby. Two eggs split open on there own and one baby was not even green yet,the other was green but not developed enough to have pipped on its own. Odd that all eggs were in the same bin and have different developmental stages!!?? Another egg looks to be sweating and shrinking down like they more traditionally do but im afraid they will not be developed enough to emerge on their own. I have tried to move them around and keep them in room temp, I cant say it might have pushed 80-82 a few times but generally it stayed in the 70s. It worked for my recently hatched panther chams that hatched during the summer months. Please any info much apprecited as to why they would split like that and or why they would start too hatch too early? Thanx


   

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