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Sayi Eggs

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Posted by: John_1982 at Mon May 5 18:43:20 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by John_1982 ]  
   

This 2011 girl just dropped her first clutch of 10 eggs yesterday. She's a red het albino paired to a red albino male - both from Jason Nelson. I didn't pair my yellow het patternless(banana) this year unfortunately. The girl wasn't as thick as I'd like so I'm giving her another season to grow out first.

I've never incubated bull eggs but right now I have the clutch in a tub of vermiculite with a few holes in the lid/sides for a small amount of air exchange. They are just sitting on a shelf in my snake room that ranges from 77 at night to 84 during the day. Should I seek a more steady temperature or does that range sound ok?

I don't handle much other than for transfer/cleaning so it can be a bit of a handful to get pictures of now that they have some size. I'll try to get some updated shots next time I have company but until then, here is the above girl and her mate a year or two back:

Thanks for looking,
John Hannum


   

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