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    Hi All,
    I was just wondering how long chahoua eggs usually take to hatch. The first set was laid April 6th, 2010, and the second set June 7th, 2010.
    When should I expect them to hatch? They're incubating in Superhatch and room temp.

    These are P.I. by the way.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    I've had them go upwards of 140 days!
    Mike
    www.dragontownreptiles.com

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    • #3
      100-160 days in my experience, local doesn't matter just temp and humidity
      Rhachic
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      • #4
        140 days for mine from last year.
        Talk about patience! LOL!
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        • #5
          115 to 165 days for me. They take longer if you check on them frequently.

          --John
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          • #6
            Originally posted by jaspersail View Post
            115 to 165 days for me. They take longer if you check on them frequently.

            --John
            Like watching water boil, grass grow and paint dry!
            Mike
            www.dragontownreptiles.com

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            • #7
              Sorry for the bump - what temp do you guys incubate at? I've been 73-74 and my eggs seem to be taking forever. Now 154 days and they look nowhere close to hatching.

              Thanks!
              Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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              • #8
                Our room has been ranging from 78 during the day to 69 at night, 130 days and nothing yet!
                Krystal

                Gekkonidazed Geckos

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                • #9
                  Both clutches went about 130 days for me. 130 for the first, and 132 for the second. The third clutch is sitting at about 120-something days now!

                  My temps were about 72-78, and the eggs are kept on superhatch.

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                  • #10
                    Last year my clutches hatched at around 130 days. I have two clutches incubating right now and I'm waiting on the female to drop a third, the first was laid 4/15.
                    -Armen

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                    • #11
                      I am not thinking that the two oldest clutches are good, but in the oldest, I do see a tail swirling around when I candle. I cannot tell if the embryo is dead or if the baby is just growing very slowly.

                      The second clutch is around 120 days old and I am quite sure that those eggs are duds.

                      wah wah wahhhhh...
                      Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MPLexus301 View Post
                        I am not thinking that the two oldest clutches are good, but in the oldest, I do see a tail swirling around when I candle. I cannot tell if the embryo is dead or if the baby is just growing very slowly.

                        The second clutch is around 120 days old and I am quite sure that those eggs are duds.

                        wah wah wahhhhh...
                        Trust me, patience is key! They can take extremely long, and the way I look at it, the longer they take, the bigger and healthier the hatchlings are likely to be.

                        What makes you think the second clutch are duds? Have they molded, stopped growing, or turned yellow?
                        Thanks,
                        -Armen

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                        • #13
                          125 days and 2 CHEWIES ARE OUT TONIGHT!!!!
                          Krystal

                          Gekkonidazed Geckos

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by that_girl View Post
                            125 days and 2 CHEWIES ARE OUT TONIGHT!!!!
                            (show pics as soon as you can, I wanna see so bad <3)
                            GoodTimeReptiles
                            C. ciliatus, M. chahoua, P. regius

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                            • #15
                              Ours usually take between 130 and 180 days to hatch. Incubated at room temp.
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