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Posted by SNAKESDJF on April 07, 2003 at 23:14:18:
In Reply to: Bad News posted by SUPPORTOURTROOPS on April 07, 2003 at 18:05:54:
their still may be hope. keep the eggs incubated much longer. keep them for a long time (65 days) you might be surprised that some babies may hatch. i have known people who have made that mistake and sometimes the eggs do survive. if the clutch is together theie is a good chance that some may have survived, being protected in the shell. if the eggs start to obviously decompose and rot then unfortunatey you have lost them. however the ones on top or in the center eggs may still be alive. i know guy whose clutch was laid in the water bowl )unoticed for 2 days)and all of the hatchling still survived. good luck and let me know what happens!!, Dave
:I breed my female striped cal king. It has been almost 1 month and I was thinking to put a nest box in her cage early due to her behavior. Anyways I come in the room this morning and ofcourse she laid all 7 eggs in the water dish. From what I have read there is no hope. I am very upset!!!!
:I removed them right away and put them in the vermiculite and will just wait 4 to 7 days to see if there is any hope. My question is has this happened to anyone and if so how was the outcome? Thank You guys for replying.