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    I'm sure it did. It would have been nice if they were fertile though. But I'm hoping she'll eat tonight.

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    Yeah. I wish they were fertile though. Hopefully her next clutch.

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    How do you know they aren't fertile? I always incubate eggs, even if they are deflated or don't have a cheerio, just in case.
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    Exactly! Just put them into an incubator (Gladware or Ziploc plastic container) and keep them hydrated at the correct (room) temps. 60-120 days later if hatchlings pop out, you're gonna be happy you decided to do this. If your eggs don't grow in size as time passes and start to turn yellow, then you'll know that she wasn't gravid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arojas7112 View Post
    Exactly! Just put them into an incubator (Gladware or Ziploc plastic container) and keep them hydrated at the correct (room) temps. 60-120 days later if hatchlings pop out, you're gonna be happy you decided to do this. If your eggs don't grow in size as time passes and start to turn yellow, then you'll know that she wasn't gravid.
    Yeah I'm still incubating them. They are still white and seem to be staying the same. I candled them and got nothing so I'm hoping it ends up with two healthy little guys/girls.

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    How much does she weigh??

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    Incubation material can play a big factor in the survival of the eggs, what are you using?
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