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Posted by Starling on May 04, 2003 at 14:55:53:
In Reply to: how long do the eggs have before you can properly incubate posted by CoreyFl on May 04, 2003 at 14:43:32:
Well either they are fertile or not fertile, nothing can change that now, though the embryo can die. However with fertile eggs the best thing to do whatever you can to help them survive until they either hatch, or collapse and start to stink.
Yes, you can do something for them now. Put them in a sealed deli cup with vermiculate on the warm side of the tank. You may get males, but at least you'll have a shot at saving them
:my leos dropped her eggs two nights ago in cool sand. i just saw them today and i hope that they are still fertile. i dont have an incubator on hand till monday, so is there anything i can do to ensure fertilization till i get the proper equipment.