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Posted by SLCT_Rep777 on March 28, 2003 at 11:40:01:
Hi there. Incubating Crested Gecko eggs seems to be pretty simple, but there's one little thing I wanna get others opinions on. What's the ideal amount of holes to make in the plastic container for the eggs? I've heard as little as one or two holes, but others recommend a few. What do you recomend? Also, please point out what size/type container you use.
I guess in reality it doesn't matter too much, as one will just add water to the medium when need be. I just wanted to get an idea of what is the ideal amount of holes for ventilation/air exchange, but not excessive humidity loss.
Thanks in advance!