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Help Day Gecko Eggs

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Posted by Tim Coplan on March 17, 2003 at 19:21:06:

Heres the scoop, i went into petsmart and was looking around. They had 3 day geckos, i think peacock. I noticed 2 eggs in the center of the cage. I went to ask teh manager if I could have them and he didnt even know he had them in there and he didnt even know they were day geckos. He thought they were house geckos. I should have not told them they were day geckos and gotten them at a price of 4 dollars each. Well i have the eggs now in a plastic cup with top and they are laying on paper towells in my green tree python cage. Should the temp and humidity in there be sufficient to incubate them? The temp in the cage are 84-86 day and 80 at night +or- a few degrees. The humdidity is around 50%-75%

If this isnt good please let me know the temps/humidity they should be at. I dont even know if they will survive since i dont know when they were layed.

How long does it take for them to hatch?

Thanks so much
Tim Coplan

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