Goofy blizzard female laid eggs in water...


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Hey there,
My blizzard female laid eggs in the water dish. It has a cover so I didnt find them immediately. May have been in there up to 3 days. I got them in a loose soil/sphagnum substrate in a tupperware bowl on top of the heat pad. temp is averaging 80 degrees. Did them being in the water kill them? HELP!


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There's no way to know for sure. The eggs can be very hardy. However, if the incubation temperature isn't pretty steady (less than 2 degree variation) there is increased likelihood of having the eggs go bad or possibly hatching geckos with deformities. I recommend you either get or build (google for details) a better incubator with a really good thermostat.


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