incubation

  1. JaniP

    Silkworm Incubator

    Hi everyone, I've always only ever had one cham at a time so breeding my own bugs didn't really seem worth it. I just put down a deposit on another boy, my first panther boy! My veiled LOVES silks (as he should) and I think with the new guy coming in December, it will be worth it to try...
  2. Furcifer Brussis

    A Little Oustalets Breeding Insights

    Heres a brief post i did on my fb page about breeding furcifer oustaletti. Ive been breeding them for a few years and I've had a lot of experience with them in the wild as well. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1123912147624193&id=1097661123582629
  3. LLLReptile

    Incubators that heat and cool - perfect for your eggs!

    In Stock just in time for egg season! The ExoTerra Reptile Incubator is back with a new and improved design! The newly re-designed Exo Terra Reptile Incubator uses thermoelectric technology which enables the device to cool and to heat. The temperature range is approximately 2C to 60C...
  4. LLLReptile

    Looking for a better way to incubate eggs?

    Try Incubation Trays for your eggs! The new Reptile Incubation Tray (Cup sold separately) is designed for use with small reptile eggs, such as Leopard Gecko, Crested Gecko, Uromastyx, etc. Packed with features: *Four quadrants to separate different clutches, genetics, etc *Holds up...
  5. LLLReptile

    One of the easiest ways to incubate eggs - The ExoTerra Reptile incubator!

    In Stock just in time for egg season! The ExoTerra Reptile Incubator is back with a new and improved design! The newly re-designed Exo Terra Reptile Incubator uses thermoelectric technology which enables the device to cool and to heat. The temperature range is approximately 2C to 60C...
  6. therdeye

    Help! F. campani egg incubation...

    Hello all! I've been trying to find information on keeping, breeding and incubating campani and I haven't really found any concrete info other than very general montane species care. I've been able to acclimate my pair quite nicely, but my female recently laid a clutch of 8 eggs. I've read...
  7. LLLReptile

    ExoTerra Reptile Incubator - heats and cools to keep your temps constant!

    In Stock just in time for egg season! The ExoTerra Reptile Incubator is back with a new and improved design! The newly re-designed Exo Terra Reptile Incubator uses thermoelectric technology which enables the device to cool and to heat. The temperature range is approximately 2C to 60C...
  8. LLLReptile

    New and Improved - ExoTerra heating and cooling incubators!

    In Stock just in time for egg season! The ExoTerra Reptile Incubator is back with a new and improved design! The newly re-designed Exo Terra Reptile Incubator uses thermoelectric technology which enables the device to cool and to heat. The temperature range is approximately 2C to 60C...
  9. ferretinmyshoes

    Pygmy eggs Hatching!!

    I am so excited to announce I just found 4 perfect little eggs laid by my very own CB female R. brevicaudatus named Batu. I still have Batu's father Tiberius (wc) though her mother Octavia (wc) passed away about 5 months ago. Batu was of their fourth clutch under my care, I watched her hatch...
  10. Raphael1047

    Superhatch vs. Hatchrite?

    I was looking for a incubation medium (I think thats what they call it) and found hatchrite it seems pretty good, since I have seen people on youtube using it with great success. Then I found superhatch which seems also good, the telling if it is dry or not really caught my eye. Anyway i just...
  11. B

    Vermiculite Vs. HatchRite Vs. Repashy SuperHatch

    Hello, I personally have used large grain vermiculite for all my breeding projects but im wondering your opinions on which is better and what are the advantages and disadvantages. :D
  12. Seeco

    Some Kinyongia Breeding Q and A

    Photoprincess and I decided to share this q and a with everyone: You can have a female lay eggs in under 30 days from the time of mating so be ready by day 20. In a case where you are not sure when it happened you should just get a laying bin set up as soon as you detect eggs. For...
  13. ferretinmyshoes

    Does incubation temperature determine sex of babies?

    I know incubation temperature determines the sex of the babies in turtles and some other reptile species but I was under the impression that chameleons were not that way. But since I've now had 7 out of 8 brev babies hatch all male I'm beginning to wonder...the only female baby was incubated...
  14. Seeco

    She Laid! A Week After Oxytocin

    Hi check out this thread where I was freaking out about one of my CB Kinyongia not laying: https://www.chameleonforums.com/oxytocin-not-working-please-read-44596/ Well, she laid today. I guess I was jumping the gun with the oxytocin. A $300 dollar panic. Oh well, I am quite alright with...
  15. CNorton

    Night Time Drop in Incubation

    I am using the thinkgeek heater/cooler and I'm really wondering how I'm going to get a night time drop in temperature. I know several have found the closet/basement/pantry method to be successful but what about during summer months when even these places can reach over 70F during the day...
  16. kenya

    Veiled eggs! Are they going to hatch soon?

    Hey all, I picked up 16 veiled eggs that were laid June 10th. I got them from the same guy I got my sambava male from- his time to move was up and he hadn't placed the eggs in a new home yet, so I got them. He had them at 78 degrees- I have them around 77. We candled them before I left and...
  17. BMXICAN

    Will have Panther eggs soon, need to prepare....

    So my new, ex-virgin little blue bar amilobe mated with Nemo so I want to get prepared for her laying eggs and then caring for them. From what I have read, a mixture of sand and dirt, moist enough to hold it's form in a 6 inch deep tupperware. Would that be correct? Also, my biggest...
  18. chamcrazy

    Incubation tips...fan or no fan?

    Hi! My veiled deposited all her eggs early this morning. I went out and bought a Hova-bator a couple of days ago. It has a fan in it. I read a couple of places not to use the fan on cham eggs. Is this true? I also want to make sure that I am NOT supposed to ever turn the eggs. Is that...
  19. chamcrazy

    veiled egg incubation time frame?

    Hello. I have a gravid female that was bred with my beautiful male on July 6th. (First time.) They are both very healthy and active. I have searching the internet and books for a good solid answer to one question, but I keep getting a major conflict in the answers. I found this forum and now...
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