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Posted by seris7 on May 08, 2003 at 08:10:38:
I know it's a very common question, anyway I scroll down the forum and noticed that opinion are quite different.
I currently have 13 western hognose eggs, they're incubating at 83° and 85% humidity. Eggs has been layed on april,5th.
I read that higher humidity increase the incubation period which according to various comments lasts from 45 to 65 days.
I was wandering which are the maximum and minimum temp tollerated, as well the most recommended temp and humidity in order to properly incubate western hognose eggs.
Thank you very much.