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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Joe
    Im surprised I haven't gotten into a "disagreement" with anyone and got the entire thread deleted.

    Im trying not to give Nathan any more headaches
    haha my phelsuma webs thread haha

    anyways,
    I was looking at caging today, and I heard some people are using the 12" cubes, should I just get one of those for my pair, or go bigger? Thanks
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    Hey Joe,
    Not to hijack the topic.But what is the average incubation time for P.m grandis.Im sitting on a clutch that was laid 6-1-06.Ive had one hatch so far from a different clutch.The other one to that clutch mate didnt make it out.

    This one laid on 5-13-06 hatch 7-2-06
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    Im surprised I haven't gotten into a "disagreement" with anyone and got the entire thread deleted.


    Im trying not to give Nathan any more headaches
    Staring at the computer too long gives me headaches, not my forums.
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    Thats what mine are in and they are thriving and breeding in there. Those pics that i just posted (that mike posted for me) are of 12x12x12 exoterras
    - Joe Farah

    Breeding Phelsuma klemmeri and Phelsuma m. grandis

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    I think Ill do that, and save some cash! Thanks everyone, and great Grandis, wish I could help!
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    Hey Joe,
    Not to hijack the topic.But what is the average incubation time for P.m grandis.Im sitting on a clutch that was laid 6-1-06.Ive had one hatch so far from a different clutch.The other one to that clutch mate didnt make it out.
    Funny you should ask, because I was just going over my records and calculating average incubation times for grandis and klemmeri eggs in my incubator over the last 2 years.

    For grandis, my average egg incubation time is 54 days, with the shortest being 51 and the longest being 58. The vast majority were 53-55 days.

    For klemmeri, the average time was 45 days. The shortest incubation time f
    or a klemmeri egg that i have had to date is 40 days. The longest is 48.

    My incubation temps range from 78 to 88 degrees on a weekly scale (depending on what the room temps are), but generally the temps are 82F at the coldest part of a 24 hr cycle and 86-88 during the hottest part of the day.

    I have gotten a roughly 50/50 male female ratio like this during my Phelsuma breeding days, although i have sold many offspring before I got to see what sex they were, so who knows? - That one's up in the air. Of my holdbacks though, I have gotten about 50/50
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    Mine are being incubated at around 83-84...I hope these other ones hatch soon...
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    10-12 days or so is what Im guessing on those.

    You can take those numbers i put up there to the bank, boys! I don't care what you read.
    - Now that's not to say that other people don't get different times, but mine are always right at 53-55 days or so. And my incubation temps are all over the place...

    I incubate at near 100% humidity too - if that matters to anybody
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    You can take those numbers i put up there to the bank, boys!

    That was in reference to my incubation times for grandis and klemmeri that I've recorded, NOT to my guess on when his grandis eggs will hatch.

    Just for the record
    - Joe Farah

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    HAHA..I HOPE THEY HATCH SOON....WELL SEE IF YOUR TIMES ARE CORRECT FOR ME.
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