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Posted by Ray on April 05, 2002 at 08:16:09:
In Reply to: Yes, it's possible IF they get hydrated quick! posted by loren on March 31, 2002 at 22:15:53:
: Dents normally denote a lack of necessary moisture. Get the eggs humid as soon as possible and see if the eggs "fill'up" again. Tf they do, they'll be good for now. If not, well, you know.
: The eggs should be incubated half-buried in moist, coarse-grained vermiculite inside a well-ventilated deli-cup with the lid loosely attached. I've had success with incubating around 84-86 degrees. I suggest a Hovabator incubator if you want to be serious. The incubators keep the temperatures constant and keep humidty levels high (they need to be at least 50%). Incubation time depends on the conditions, but mine normally hatch shortly after 40 days.
: I was brief due to time constraints, email me if you have any more Qs
: good luck