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Egg care - help!

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Posted by: koashmar at Sat Apr 8 20:31:42 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by koashmar ]  
   

I have recently acquired 10 lacerta eggs from a petstore. Care was taken in removal from the habitat to not turn them in any way. There are 10 eggs, female seemed very healthy and active. I have no idea what species she was - she was marked "assorted" and was the only one. I'm tempted to go back and buy her...she was beautiful.

Anyway, on to my point! I have never incubated eggs, but have a number of reptiles and thus have experience with them. I have put the eggs in wet forest bedding just below the surface of the dirt. I am reading all sorts of variations on temperature, moisture, incubation time, etc..

Any advice that you can offer would be great. I'll get a photo of the lizard tomorrow to narrow down what species, specifically, she is. Thanks!
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1.0.0 Mali Uromastyx
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3 Fish tanks (SW and FW)


   

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