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Re: Mikecoscia


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Posted by mikecoscia on March 20, 2003 at 21:17:52:

In Reply to: Mikecoscia posted by rhacman on March 20, 2003 at 18:54:55:

Hovabators work great. In fact I like them better then the bigger expensive hatchers. Half bury the eggs in perlite (1:1 with water by weight) or ceramic granules ( add water till it clumps and evenly changes color). Incubate eggs between 70-78F. Higher temps will cause major problems. Not even adults can withstand 80F for prolong periods of time. Eggs kept around room temp hatch within 45-50 days. A first season female will lay around 3 clutches (this is all you should allow her to lay to). Older animals in there prime will lay around 8 clutches. Clutches are laid every 30-40 days.
-Mike



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