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Re: EGGERIFFIC, Glad shes fine !!! :0)


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Posted by eve on March 25, 2003 at 07:44:40:

In Reply to: 7 eggs posted by jumbo on March 25, 2003 at 04:05:46:

:Now my last (and only…) female has laid her eggs. Sunday evening she dug her selves down and Tuesday morning she looked very thin. She laid 7 eggs (2 of them stick together) and they are now in the incubator.

:There were almost no indications of she was ready to lay the eggs. She has not eaten much the last week. But she has not started digging at all, so I was a little surprised (AND GLAD) that she laid the eggs without any problems.

:She is now separated form the male for a couple of weeks so she can gain some weight again and she has already started eating again.

:Thanks to everyone on this forum for helping me making the conditions right for her. She laid the eggs under a rock in a box with around 2 inches of damp sand.

:I have a question for the breeders – do you incubate your eggs with or without a lid over the egg box?

:Jesper
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