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RE: Ringneck layed 5 Eggs

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Posted by: mikefedzen at Sun Sep 25 23:15:45 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mikefedzen ]  
   

Hey Jimmy,
I wouldn't have kept the eggs in the same spot, for a couple reasons.. It would've been better to remove the eggs from the dirt and into a separate container for incubation, especially if part of the enclosure is in the sun and you cannot monitor temperatures at all. Also, if one of the eggs were to go bad there's a chance it will attract those little carrion flies which could ultimately destroy the rest of the eggs.

On the other hand in the wild I assume a ringneck snake could lay it's eggs anywhere, so who knows. Good luck with them.
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Mike
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