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Posted by gabered on May 14, 2003 at 19:37:00:
I have two Malis that are a couple of years old each. Recently the female started digging and getting very active. I set up a next box with potting soil. She looked into it with little interest. Today I saw she had EGGS! A total of about eight that I could find. Four of them are white and somewhat frim. three or four of them are more yellow and liquid and squishy. I am assuming the white firm ones are viable. I removed them and put them into the nesting box where the soil is. Now what do I do? What's the best temp to keep them? Will they hatch out if I leave them in the nest box? Any help would be great! I am off to learn as much as I can about egg husbandry. Please help.
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