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Posted by grvdigr on May 01, 2003 at 15:19:25:
In Reply to: Coral Cobra Eggs/Incubation temps and ..... posted by Jeremy G on May 01, 2003 at 05:55:08:
Thanks for the info.
they are pure A.l.lubricus,2 years old.
( Isn't usually the female that has issues ?! )
:First off, freaken congrats!! I havent been able to get fertiles out of my female:-( I think my male may have issues, the dang blank shooter:-).
:Anyway, try and keep them at no higher then 83-84 and if posible, keep them at a constant 82. They seem to require lower incubation temps then other elapids.
:Welp, congrats again and let me know if you have any females avaible. BTW, are they pure A.l.lubricus, A.l.infuscatus or are they intergrades? The female appears full lubricus.
:All the best,
::Wondering if anyone knows of what temps to incubate Coral Cobra eggs at and for how long.
::Also what to incubate them on?
::Any info would be helpful.