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Posted by Atomikk on May 12, 2003 at 18:46:40:

In Reply to: see this article... posted by lele on May 12, 2003 at 12:37:16:

:I don't know what your cham is but to my understanding they have a gestation period of anywhere from 6-9 months. Go to AdCham (below), find your species and then read the breeding info in the profile. I think most include the gest. period.

:One way or another I think you have a pretty long wait :)

:lele

:::http://www.chameleonnews.com/year2003/mar2003/eggs/egg_incubation.html

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::Thank you so much for the article, it helped a lotf in terms of figuring out what to do while the eggs are incubating...but i still dont know how long it takes for them to incubate...


I know, its a long wait..its sucks... i want them to hatch right now.. :)

I already checked adcham.com's page and just needed hands on information from people who bred veiled chams...


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