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RE: Cutch of Bull Snake Eggs!

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Posted by: acheela at Thu Jul 4 20:32:03 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by acheela ]  
   

That's GREAT!! Best of luck to you!! I used moss on my first attempt at hatching eggs...My first clutch all molded, in hind sight I probably should have waited them out, you never know. Second clutch seemed like they were a lot of trouble. It was hard to keep the humidity up enough to where they didn't collapse, and down enough where they wouldn't mold. This time I'm using perlite, about 1/2" that I dampened, and so far it has been great!! The first couple of days, I took the lid off for a little while because there was condensation inside. Wiped the excess off with a paper towel, and they are doing great now. I looked at mine last night, and my first clutch is starting to show movement. Second all still look great. I'm impatiently waiting on my whiteside to lay. I keep getting up expecting eggs, and keep getting disappointed... maybe tomorrow... keep us posted on the progress.


   

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