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Re: Suphan egg incubation periods anyone?


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Posted by diamondreptile on March 21, 2003 at 09:54:56:

In Reply to: Re: Suphan egg incubation periods anyone? posted by conservationist on March 20, 2003 at 17:24:07:

at 84-86'f your looking at aprox 51-58 days.

: If the taxonomy hasn't changed in the last few years, these are considered the same species (or a subspecies?) of the monacled cobra. Incubation times depend on temp, but they probably average 50-60 days......

: I have no direct experience with eggs of this species but thought i'd reply since no one else had yet.
::I am incubating a clutch of Suphan cobra eggs, anyone who has bred them and recorded the incubation times, I would appreciate it if you could share.

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