Last night my female Cyrtodactylus peguensis zebraicus dug a hole underneath a hide and laid 2 eggs. I'm hoping these are good!!!
Cool is way better than hot. A nighttime drop to 65ºF would not hurt them, just prolong the incubation period a little. Keep them humid and dry. They mold very easily if allowed to get wet. Just to allow yourself a little room for temperature fluctuation I would recommend keeping them at 75ºF. If your thermostat is a little off and it climbs to 80ºF you could lose the eggs. At 75ºF they should hatch within 90-120 days, but I had eggs go a lot longer, probably due to a nighttime drop in temp. Good luck! Keep us posted. As I stated before I would love to get another group of C.p.zebraicus in the future if your group does well! Glad to see there are people still working with them.
Great, we don't use a incubator for our Cyrtodactylus eggs but keep the container with the eggs in the enclosure with the parent's, could take them a little longer to hatch but works fine as well.
No special reason for it though other then saving space.., we used to use the incubators for them too but now they are all filled to the top with Strophurus eggs.