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Posted by Renroh on May 01, 2003 at 22:54:30:
I have a female bearded dragon that is on her 3rd clutch. She's had 12, 12, and now 17. I have had no problems hatching them
out before, but in this clutch I have one egg that keeps on collapsing on me with in the last week. I thought it was because there
wasn't enough moister in the incubator. When I open up the incubator to add water in the soil and to the bottom (of the
incubator) the egg rises. Like as if the outside air is having something to do with it rising . Does this sound right? Is there to
much moister? And if so how come all the other eggs look really good? And when the egg is not collapsed it seems to be firm.
Can any one give me any info Please? That egg is about 1/3 smaller then the rest also, but I really don't want to loose it. Their
due to start hatching at the end of May. Thanks