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    Looks good, now for the wait! Laticaudas seem pretty tough, and it's wonderful when these little hunters start following their instinct and running down fruit flies on their own! What kind of substrate are you using? It looks like some kind of soil...
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    I have the eggs sitting in dry orchid bark- bed a beast. They are in a small deli cup. Around them is damp vermiculite. This is what a breeder on Gekkota told me to do. I always incubate my Crestie eggs directly in the vermiculite.
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    Species Kept: 4.5.1 Crested Geckos, 0.0.2 Gargoyle Geckos, 1.2.1 Leopard Geckos, 1.1.1 Turner's Geckos, 1.1.7.5 Phelsuma laticauda, 1.1 Phelsuma quadriocellata, 1.1 Lygodactylus Williamsi, 0.2 Mourning Geckos, 1.1.1 Sphaerodactyus elegans, 1.0 Tokay Gecko
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    Ah, okay, sounds like you've got the perfect little setup! Can't wait to see the little guys!
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    I have not been able to find a consistent suggestion as to how long the incubation period is for these guys. Does anyone know?
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    I'll get back to you in the morning, I'm at work now-- but I remember mine being >45 days, I was starting to think they were duds! My girl should have it written in the calendar.

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    So less than cresties? Wow! I better get prepared!!
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    New here. My 7 months old laticauda girl laid her first two eggs a few weeks ago.
    I've placed them in a small daily cup with damp moss. Humidity and temperature are ok.
    Eggs are pink-ish. My only concern is the mums age. Anyone experienced with young females laying eggs?

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