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RE: help,eggs hatching too early!

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Posted by: bigdogreps at Sun Nov 9 11:14:48 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bigdogreps ]  
   

They are incubating in various rooms of the house according to seasonal changes i move them round to maintain an appropriate temp. I have been successful in hatching out many panther chams this way. I do believe you are correct,that it has been a humidity issue because the condensation i was talking about was not just a film but dripping drops of condensation. Not sure why i didnt do some damage control when i saw that cause i would never let my python eggs build up that kind of condensation. I have opened them up in a room that is temp controlled and 50-60% humidity hoping that any condensation ordinarily built up on the lids will be released into the air and help to dry out the substrate some,but the ambient humidity is high enough i think from drying out the eggs themselves...in theory. I willl put the lids back on with some ventilation holes after it gets a chance to balance out again. Thanks for the good luck wishes i need all i can get!


   

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