My veiled chameleon has recently laid eggs it has been 3 days since laid can I still remove them?
Do you have a bioactive setup? If not, you'll want to remove them otherwise they will start to rot and smell and possible contaminate the soil.My veiled chameleon has recently laid eggs it has been 3 days since laid can I still remove them?
When you want/need to incubate the eggs you should dig them up soon after they are laid. Hopefully they will still be good if you intend to incubate them.
Are you going to incubate them?
Just checked on them, currently 19 days from completed lay and ALL of them are looking great! I would expect if they were not fertile that they would have started to decay by now. They are actually growing some! We actually received information that our little Sol'a was in an enclosure with another male prior to us picking her up, as they thought she was a young male.Question, as my new, wild before I received her, chameleon just laid eggs yesterday that look a lot like the ones in your photo. Have the eggs survived so far?