Babies! Quad quads hatching

Ekona

Established Member
You must be thrilled! Congratulations! Please keep us posted on their progress and share lots of photos and your husbandry techniques :)
 

ponders

Chameleon Enthusiast
Thanks for all the nice comments.
They are very cute, and I spend way too much time watching them. Working is getting in the way. Lol
 

ponders

Chameleon Enthusiast
Hey Tylene, what's your sex ratio? How long for this clutch to hatch?

Congrats!!
Hi Bob, looks like mostly males, maybe a few girls. This clutch was incubated cooler, 65, and a week of 55 (went on vacation, power went out and incubator reset to 55) and took 29 weeks, about a month longer than usual. I wanted to see if the lower temp would produce more females, but doesn’t seem to have made a difference in the sex ratio. I always have way more males than females.
 

Dooley1

Avid Member
Hi Bob, looks like mostly males, maybe a few girls. This clutch was incubated cooler, 65, and a week of 55 (went on vacation, power went out and incubator reset to 55) and took 29 weeks, about a month longer than usual. I wanted to see if the lower temp would produce more females, but doesn’t seem to have made a difference in the sex ratio. I always have way more males than females.
I always seem to get male heavy clutches with quads too
 
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