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    Hi, I need help. I just notice that my knobtail NLL egg is deflated today.
    May I know what should i do to fix it? Did I do something wrong in handling the egg? Is the baby still alive inside?

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    At 4/1/18 Deflated egg.. find some small white worms outside the mold area 3DA0AFD5-C997-4811-BAA6-28EAC3B0ED49.jpg.
    At 28/12/17 reptile egg box received (I put 6 air holes on the lid, should I put the holes? ....and I put the egg inside 8307E517-0466-4EDA-9E76-1F8732A104D4.jpg
    At 18/12/17 First time for my gecko and myself to have an egg which was unexpected. I put it on top of wet sphagnums moss directly (The moss was used for my frog tank but they are cleaned by hot water and sun dried) and incubated by setting temperature 30c. I also put a thermometer into the small container (without tray) where the egg was inside. I note that the temperature is at 27c only even the zoo med incubator is set to 30c, with humidity 75% D2D37213-23A1-4FEC-A28F-FAB941C0AE44.jpg6C4B9B15-3460-4611-94A4-77F91719CD15.jpg.. and I notice that there is some mold developed few days later.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Was she with a male?

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    yes, she is with a male all the time. I was told that the egg is an unfertilised egg.

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