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Posted by Leo Lover on May 11, 2003 at 15:56:59:
I haven't been online in a few days, so if this has already been posted, I'm very sorry. We've had some bad T-storms and lightning here the last few days so I have not been on the computer.
I was wondering with this whole incubation thing, if there was some way we knew at what stage the baby gecko is fully developed?
I had the same thing happen to me, that Kelli H. was expeirencing herself. I took a clutch of eggs, which were carrot tail x super hypo tangerine crosses and the clutch went full term, got the sweating, dented, and never hatched. I held onto them for a long time, and they just went bad. I was pretty upset by that. I used Trempers method on them, and I had no luck.
Does this method seem to work for albino only or what? I was doing nothing wrong, I am just wondering why some of you are having luck with it, while others are having not so much luck?
I am just wondering if we knew at what stage the gecko is fully developed, and then turn up the temp. so we aren't doing it when the cells are all coming together to make the gecko and then speed up the process to which deformities or bad eggs occur?
I just want to know why some of you have luck with them? Are you all turning the temp up over a certain amount of hours? Days? What is everyone using for incubators?