T. deremensis Eggs

luevelvet

Established Member
One of our females just buried eight very large eggs for us today. This is her first clutch and we're hoping they'll do well.




I just had to find out...



Enjoy!

Luis
 

jack29

Member
Congrats!! i know reproducing deremensis isn't easy!! what temperatures you'll incubate these eggs??
 

chams1

Member
Yay!!

Yay for Luis and Nicole!!! Great job (and congrats to the mom, too)!! Holy cow - you're right, those eggs are ginormous! Please do share your incubation process of them with us - I'm curious.
 

Kent67

Retired Moderator
Big congrats! They sure do look good! Hey Luis, I too am interested in whether these are going to be ch or cbb. Also, if you're interested, I scanned the Chameleon Information Network article on these guys. Shoot me a pm with your email address if you'd like a copy.
 

luevelvet

Established Member
Thanks everyone. We're extremely excited the female didn't give us much grief over laying. It did take her a few weeks after she started roaming her cage but she did great nonetheless.

Benny, the female was one of the CH from Fabián. We mated her with our a LTC WC male on January 1st. :)

Thanks again everyone,

Luis
 

laurie

Retired Moderator
Hey congratulations Luis. I had hopes of getting a baby until you said it is yet another of Fabians deremensis. Are there any dermensis in this country that are not related to Fabian's??? I may never get to breed deremensis.:( But I am really glad you got to breed them.:D:D
 

luevelvet

Established Member
Yes there are. :) We have a little WC female that is growing fast. I suspect her to be ready by next breeding season. Patience is a virtue. :)

Luis
 

LovitaVelvet

New Member
Brad

We purchased him from LLL Reptiles, on a tip for Josh Hensley, who saw him at the store and noted how well he looked. The WC female we purchased with him, unfortunately, was not in such great condition and she passed away.

-Nicole
 
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canzoman

New Member
Hey congratulations Luis. I had hopes of getting a baby until you said it is yet another of Fabians deremensis. Are there any dermensis in this country that are not related to Fabian's??? I may never get to breed deremensis.:( But I am really glad you got to breed them.:D:D
My female should lay by April. And yes she is a Non Fabian Deremensis.

Also congratz on the egg lay I am happy for you.
 
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