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RE: Incubating veiled eggs

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Posted by: bigmansm at Tue Mar 9 17:27:30 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bigmansm ]  
   

Your right about me posting asking if my female is pregnant. And Honestly, I am still not entirely sure.

BUT, I put my male and female in the same tree for about 5 mins while I was cleaning their cages. I watched them closely to see how they were interacting. By the time I walked back into the room from cleaning their water bowels, they were already mating.

So, if she is not pregnant yet. She might be very soon. If she is not laying eggs soon, I might try and breed them. So she eventually will be.

I have a 8"x8" container filled with 6inches of dirt. I am planning to add another container in their to give her more dirt to choose from.

I have not seen her digging yet as there are no holes in the soil.

I am just trying to prepare myself. B/c I know an incubator is going to be needed as my chameleons are indoors. SO I want to know what others have used to breed?

Is a heat lamp above a tupperware container sufficent as long as the temperature is correct?
Do I need to buy something special? I've seen an incubator advertised for pretty cheap by one of the forums sponsors. Is that the way to go?
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