URGENT! Need help with veiled eggs

Discussion in 'Chameleon Breeding' started by Leo_the_veiled, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    Hi, I have had 50 veiled eggs incubating for just over 5 months now and I noticed they started windowing and changing a strange colour. Can anybody help me and tell me what is happening.
     
  2. Fireborn

    Fireborn Avid Member

    Pictures please?
     
  3. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    There's the pics
     
  4. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    They could be getting ready to hatch. I heard that when eggs are getting ready to hatch, they develop what looks like splotches in the egg shell.
     
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  5. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    Ok man thanks, I'm just confused why all of them are doing this so rapidly
     
  6. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    They are all doing it? They are probably going to hatch!!! :) Give us updates!
     
  7. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    They are all turning slightly yellow now
     
  8. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    Really? I don't think that eggs this stage into incubation will show signs of infertility or something else. Pictures please, and candle one if you are okay with it.
     
  9. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    Ok I will just give me a second. And also I've heard lots of opinions on humidity, what do you think is a good percentage
     
  10. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    I don't know much about Veiled eggs. @jannb breeds Veiled's, maybe you can PM her.
     
  11. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    IMG_2611.JPG IMG_2612.JPG IMG_2613.JPG IMG_2614.JPG IMG_2615.JPG
    The first two are of the 1st egg pic and the third candled pic is of the last pic or second egg
     
  12. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    They look fertile based on seeing them on screen, but I'm not sure.
     
  13. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    Ok thanks man. I'm just scared that they are all dying because it's only been 5 and 1/2 months and they all turned colour really fast
     
  14. jannb

    jannb Chameleon Enthusiast

    I’d recommend not messing with them. Keep them in a dry, dark place with the lid on the container. Hopefully they will be good. Do you have you baby bins ready and tons of feeders? My clutch of 27 babies ate 4000 Crickets a week plus all the other feeders I bought such as Phoenix Worms, micro superworms, fruit flies and praying mantis.
     
  15. Leo_the_veiled

    Leo_the_veiled New Member

    No I don't have any bins yet, I'm going to get the supplies tomorow
     
  16. CJ's Exotics

    CJ's Exotics Established Member

    Make sure that you have fruit fly cultures pre-made since you don't have them aside from your supplies!
     
  17. kinyonga

    kinyonga Chameleon Enthusiast

    What temperature have you been incubating them at?
     

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