Okay so I have some veiled chameleon eggs (fertile) that have been incubating about a month. I looked at them today and the tub seems to be steaming up.. There is 15 in a tub at 30 degrees celcuis, what am I doing wrong? I attached a picture of the tub in the incubator.
This is my bag of vermiculite. You add water in a bucket until it is moist and clingy but not dripping. I will spray the available parts of the water when it gets dry. If temp rises, my incubator will cool down to neutralise it
I have a female veiled chameleon, 11.5 months old. We bought a new tank and are buying supplies for it at the mo.
I uploaded a pic of her current one with her in it (picture was raked a while back...)
Her new tank is 24"x18"x36"
When should we transfer her?
Oooo and also how do...
Weren't eggs, they were follicles and didn't actually form into eggs. She had surgery and is recovering in the vets, waiting for a call to see if she can come home tonight.
I will post a picture later
No overies, no more eggs :(
Thanks anyway guys,
Yeah, he's a proper specialist.
When we rang yesterday to book the surgery, he was busy removing a tumour on a bearded dragon...
The vet said since they have been in her so long they probably aren't fertile...
But they still could be, right?