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    Red face Candled Eggs

    I currently have two clutches incubating. Today I candled the clutch laid on September 6th, and I'm not able to make out any gecko limbs or features. It just looks very dark. Is this normal at this stage? The incubation temperatures have ranged from 71-76F but stay at about 74-75F usually. When should I expect them to hatch?
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    If it's completely dark inside, they could hatch any time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovelyanddekstest View Post
    If it's completely dark inside, they could hatch any time.
    Thank you! It has now been 87 days and still none have hatched. They still look great and have grown large. Should I be concerned? The incubator stays at around 74F, with humidity at 60%.

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