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Posted by Jason Nelson on May 11, 2003 at 20:07:20:
In Reply to: JASON posted by P-RAT on May 10, 2003 at 11:43:21:
::It looks like the MAYBE infertial but is hard to tell from pics but the way you decribed them (soft and wet)they sound like slugs . I hope I'am wrong. You should know for sure with about 4 to 7 days . Keep us posted and good luck.
:::MY anery just laid eggs and don't know what to think of there quality.They feel very soft and the first 2days were wet looking ,they are't that wet looking anymore but still feel thin.Are the gopher's eggs like this.They look a mess,she had them when I was at work and everthing in the egg box stuck to them.Thanks to all who respond.P-RAT
::The eggs are all dry the way they should be but they still feel soft not like my bull eggs, is there a difference in the two snakes plyablity.They haven't changed colors yet or got mold or anything about 5days old.I hope there ok cause my texas rats eggs were bad and I don't want two bad clutches this year.My first year and that would be a little discourging,P-RAT
They should feel full like bullsnake eggs . Breeding snake is a fun hobbie but it has its ups downs I remember my secound year breeding snakes I had several clutches of infertial eggs and lost a female due to getting egg bound it was heart breaking .
Well hang in their things will get better.