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    Post fimbriatus egg development and mating timeline


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    I wish my phone took better Macro pictures! Maybe next year. Thought this would be neat.

    Uroplatus Fimbriatus.

    Pair mated November 15 2017
    Female laid 48 days after mating (January 2nd 2018 )
    Egg hatched 126 days after being laid (May 8th 2018 )

    Closet incubation with vermiculite.IMG_20180513_172647_527.jpgIMG_20180513_172647_527.jpg
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    1.1 fimbriatus adults ,
    1.1 juvie fimbriatus,
    1.1 phantasticus
    0.2 leopard geckos
    And then there's the non-gecko babies...
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    /\ Very interesting! for sharing.

    Can we see your juvie fimbs?
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    I want to see the babies please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LovingMyGeckos View Post
    I want to see the babies please!
    One baby the other egg seemed like it was a late bloomer but never developed.
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    1.1 fimbriatus adults ,
    1.1 juvie fimbriatus,
    1.1 phantasticus
    0.2 leopard geckos
    And then there's the non-gecko babies...
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    very cool! I did a similar set of progression pics the first time I bred a pair of pythons. I love watching the little ones grow inside the egg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimless View Post
    very cool! I did a similar set of progression pics the first time I bred a pair of pythons. I love watching the little ones grow inside the egg.
    62 day mark was particularly amazing for the fims. It's like a little shrimp floating inside the egg!

    I really like the time lapse it creates. I was worried about how much stress it would cause but the baby is healthy. Definitely heightened my anticipation of this little one!

    We have two more babies on the way due in mid-late June that I haven't been candling/photographing like this. I prefer it that way haha. Less anxiety!
    1.1 fimbriatus adults ,
    1.1 juvie fimbriatus,
    1.1 phantasticus
    0.2 leopard geckos
    And then there's the non-gecko babies...
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