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    I have been incubating my eggs at a range of 77-85 degrees with vermiculite at 95% humidity. I accidentally tilted the container but moved it back immediately the eggs shell are hard and appear healthy. is this bad or will they be okay please help

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    I don't own nor have Leo eggs. But, if they are anything like cresty eggs, they will be okay as long as you fixed it immediately.
    .1.DOG Jiggles
    1.1.CRESTED GECKO Phantom & Lovely
    .1.YBST Cloveth
    .1.MINIPIG Judy(food&belly rub is kinda apig deal)
    1..RAT CoconutRatMinneapolis RIP
    1.0.2COCKATIELS

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    • #3
      Okay I'm hoping it will be okay

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      • #4
        Tilting the eggs should not be a problem. Some people even claim that leopard gecko eggs can be turned with no problem, but it's not anything I'd want to test out. I'm more concerned about your incubation temps which you say range between 77-85. Anything under 80 is pretty marginal for leopard gecko eggs. Also, if you're really having an 8 degree fluctuation, this could cause problems. What kind of incubator are you using?

        Aliza
        (leopard gecko breeder since 2005)

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        • #5
          I'm using a homemade one but have made a new one since then that regulates a 81 degree temperature.

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