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RE: fertile eggs

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Posted by: PHLdyPayne at Fri Aug 6 11:31:54 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHLdyPayne ]  
   

Picture is really tiny...try linking to the main picture instead of a thumbnail. You can also just upload the picture to the kingsnake photo gallery. Then when you create a message here, you can just selected it from the dropdown list below.

As male crested geckos are pretty easy to spot with obvious hemipenil bulges it is likely you just have infertile eggs. females will produce eggs whether there are males with them or not. However if you are not sure if the eggs are infertile or not, you can incubate them and see what happens. Infertile eggs will rot fairly quickly.

Female crested geckos I had in the past, as well as gargoyle geckos (another gecko in the Rhac family very similar to crested geckos) laid infertile eggs that look very much like fertile ones, big and white.
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