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Two More Hatchling Kinixys Homeana

2turtletom

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I'm having really good luck with incubating Kinixys homeana eggs in Hatchrite at 82-84 degrees. They're taking 110-130 days at this temperature, and the eggs are chalking and then developing visible embryos within a few weeks. I would definitely recommend this method utilized and taught to me by Kurt Edwards and Christopher Manis for homeana. What's interesting is that my Nogueyi eggs don't start developing right away when using this method- some of those eggs have had a full two months of diapause before showing any sign of embryo development.

 

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