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Posted by Kestrel on March 20, 2003 at 20:49:19:
In Reply to: Hi posted by ladyci on March 20, 2003 at 17:12:27:
For most species of rats, 82 or 83 degrees works as far as incubation goes. Would help if you could tell us what species it is, as some can have drastically different incubation requirements. Another thing, is the temp wavering between 80 and 85? Change in temperature REALLY screws with embryo development, so its best to keep it one consistant temp. Good luck with em.
:hello I came across this forum and having been reading some of the posts.I was wondering a cople of things if someone could help answer them I would appreciate it. First off let me say I'm new to snakes and really new to rat snakes.My usband and I bought a pair in Febuary at a reptile show. I got up this morning and fond eggs.16 of them!! I'm incubatating them at around 80-85 degrees and about 80% humity.Is this correct for eggs? Something else is how long before they hatch and what do I need to provide for them after they hatch?