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Posted by geeboo on May 07, 2003 at 20:39:36:
In Reply to: sorry I have to ask posted by zag on May 07, 2003 at 19:29:07:
not enouph humidity. If they were a little dried when you found them then it may take a day or so to plump back up. At least denting is a good sign because it is more likely to be fertile because the shell is more solid than a rubbery one.
:I know everyone has heard this question a hundred times, but what causes eggs to dent - too much or too little humidity, or what? I know some denting is normal, but my eggs were only laid a couple of hours earlier. Pls advise.