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Greyband eggs.

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Posted by BrettsPets on May 08, 2003 at 14:43:34:

In Reply to: Greyband eggs. posted by naker on May 08, 2003 at 13:47:17:

Thanks for the advice. I have them in an incubator set at 82 degrees. I will be incubating my honduran and hognose eggs in the same incubator.
:: I got 10 eggs from my female alterna. They look to me like they are infertile. Here is a picture of them with a set knoblochi eggs that I hatched last year. This is my first year trying to produce greybands. Any thoughts?

::Some of them look OK to me. If they are stuck together then they are probable fertile. Thats a rule are use. Slugs that I have seen don't stick together. Make sure the temps are good. I keep mine in the bathroom on a shelf. It stays humid and warm. We don't aircondition it. Temps stay between 75 - 85.

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