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    I'm still leaving them in the incubator though, I can't get myself to give up on them.
    1.1.0 Eublepharis macularius
    2.1.0 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
    1.1.0 Nephrurus amyae
    1.0.0 Nephrurus levis levis

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    Ive had a couple of infertile eggs that have gone 70 days+ and still looked perfect on the outside. It's not often and I'm not sure why but it happens.

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    Im surprised with the amount of moisture they hadnt molded, best of luck to them and upcoming eggs
    Nephrurus levis levis 2.2.3
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    Why don't you just candle the eggs to see if they are any good?
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    Candled my first two amyae eggs of the season and they have solidified inside as well. Pretty bummed about that.
    On a happier note, the majority of the others are nice and pink with varying degrees of development. Next clutch hits 60 days on Saturday, so hopefully a few weeks after that I'll be staring at a few new hatchlings.

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