Which incubator??

Psychobunny

Avid Member
So, which model of incubator do you guyz use?

Built in fan, or no fan?

Do they maintain the set humidity okay?
 

pigglett79

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What will you be using it for? I only use mine for silk worm egss. I have the zoo med reptibator and it works very well for my purpose.
 

Psychobunny

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What will you be using it for? I only use mine for silk worm egss. I have the zoo med reptibator and it works very well for my purpose.
That's it, silkie eggs mostly.
Right now, I put the container over a Bean Farm Ultratherm heat mat.

Looked at the Zoo Med, too many bad reviews at Amazon :confused:
 

camouflage

New Member
im using the new 2013 exo terra incubator and its been holding 1 degree, so far im pertty satisfied with it.
 

camouflage

New Member
Im sorry got ahead of myself. I currently have some Nosey Be eggs in there. The incubator heats and cools and i have been able to hold 99% humidity but i do need to bring it down.
 

pigglett79

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I haven't had any issues w my reptibator, and I have found that you don't really need to worry much about humidity for silk eggs. You can spray some water on the foam pad to increase it if needed. I set it to 85 degrees and it holds well.
 

Psychobunny

Avid Member
I haven't had any issues w my reptibator, and I have found that you don't really need to worry much about humidity for silk eggs. You can spray some water on the foam pad to increase it if needed. I set it to 85 degrees and it holds well.
Thanks pigglett, I went ahead and ordered one from Amazon.com.

I put down a layer of mullberry leaves so the moths could lay their eyes directly on them in a clear plastic box and I lightly mist them once a day.

Now the leaves are dried out of course.
I hope I didnt ruin this batch of eggs like the last!! :eek: :eek:

How do you get the chow to the hatchling right after hatching before they
die??
 
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