Darryl Saundry: I like your idea but the Habistat is pretty expensive, they average around
$120+. Wouldn't it just be cheaper to purchase a ZooMed or ExoTerra
PsychoBabbleJa9: @52cmercer yep :)
Ykes: my bearded dragon laid eggs and we never saw any signs till the day before,
i put a tub with some soil in (reptile soil comes in a block) and the next
day she layed 16 eggs, i wasn't sure on what to do so i rang my local store
and they said to keep them in a tup with the soil and place them ontop of
the soil the way they were, then put a heat mat under at 84-85, and place a
few layers of kitcken roll over the top to keep the moist in as we dont
have moss at the moment, will this be ok for them?
PsychoBabbleJa9: @ny51luw I prefer to keep in on the outside as it means the mat is even
less likely to overheat. Then you can just moniter/adjust temps according
to ur thermometer readouts
Emondre Johnson: great vid
DeathChant89: ahh thank you :) i think my gek might be pregnant, shes getting bigger by
the day, i hope she doesnt lay too many eggs!
ny51luw: if u put the thermostat on the heat mat wouldnt it be A different
temprerature to the incubator
tampa bay geckos: thanks for this vid came to good use
PsychoBabbleJa9: Cheers :) I have a high yellow pair but if they breed successfully I'm
looking into buying some SHCTs and tremper albinos at the IHS reptile show
in June. Do you sell the babies?
MrGoalieguy11: @thefunkeymonkey4u at walmart or a plant place
LlamaGumby: did u copy oggiereptiles
ny51luw: where did you get the white tub thing
Ciaran McGoldrick: Are leos expensive in the UK. In Ireland they're ridiculuos.
PsychoBabbleJa9: for mostly females its 80 - 84 (farenheit), a 50/50 mix is 85/86, males are
87-90. u can also have "hot females" at 90-92 for brightly coloured
females, but they tend to be more agressive so i wouldn't recomend it. For
brighter coloured females you can keep them at the lower temp for 3/4 weeks
til their sex is "locked in" then turn up the heat. Also, geckos kept at
higher temps for the 1st year of their lives tend to be brighter. see ron
tremper's website for more info :) xx
TSLA6: at your local garden shop and its really cheap in canada here its about 6
bucks for a huuuge bag. Perlite is also a good incubating substrate either
PsychoBabbleJa9: Not sure about the heating lamp, at least not for this set up, but I sure
it could work with a few adaptations. The eggs dont have to be in the dark
as far as I know but remember they would be burried in the wild so as much
as its not a specific requirement, it can't hurt to keep things as
realistic as possible. The light wont hurt them tho :) hope this helps x
mrclumssy13: Niceeeee work!!
Carwyn Bassett: hey! my leopard gecko egg is 60 days old and kinda yellowish on the outside
but feels soft and full. anyone think its fertile? :)
klophew: could i use damp sand /dirt instead of vermiculite. Also, what do i do when
the eggs hatch/ how will i know coz they'll be trapped in that tiny little
box. And also how long approx does it take for eggs to hatch after being
PsychoBabbleJa9: @ny51luw you can spray it every so often (not the eggs tho, just the
substrate) if you feel it needs it.
PsychoBabbleJa9: tbh u'll be spraying/ checking on the eggs every day so any new hatchlings
shouldn't be in there more than 24hours. Eggs should take 6-8 weeks to
hatch depending on ur temps. Higher temps hatch quicker but also increase
ur chances of them drying out. Higher temps means spraying A LOT but too
much can then cause the eggs to swell. Lower temps=easier=girls=more money
:D. Keep the lid on to maintain steady temps. Vermiculite is better than
PsychoBabbleJa9: yeh it is. not sure bout the date but i think theres one in june nd
PsychoBabbleJa9: @ny51luw Thats what the thermometer is for
stephenandkyle1234: instead of poking all the holes in the styrofoam just put a little glass of
water in there for the humidity and then poke like 2 to 4 holes in the egg
MrGoalieguy11: @thefunkymonkey4u walmart or a plant place
geckobones: nice cage and this video has helpd thanks =D
SorryIWasBornAwsome: I advise you guys not to do this if you want live geckos. Their needs to be
humidity, and it usually should not be direct on heat...like that. The eggs
will usually die out. Go to related videos and go to wereboas (home made
incubator) video. no offence to you in any way, i just wanted to advise
people of the different ways. My freind used this way, and his eggs dried
out fast. I advise you use another one. Thanks
PsychoBabbleJa9: Yeh. I looked at a bunch of different vids and books but the is the set up
that seems to work best. I think its slightly different from his udated
version but this works for me :) x
eliquidmatt: This is amazing, so glad I watched this before buying one for £100+ !!
ny51luw: will it be better to put the thernostat senser in the cricket box
Mazdarx82012: All you need is the styrofome box with a heat mat on and.your box with
verminculite you dont need thermostats
PsychoBabbleJa9: the heat mat plugs in to the thermostat, then the thermostat plus into the
mains. the mat gets powered through the thermostat. :)
PsychoBabbleJa9: Neh ur better using a rep one as u need the thermostat and human mats might
not be compatable
Troyhart100: thnx y the way didnt get much outta oggiereptiles one u have been very
useful and as soon as i get my dragons i will be watching this video :)
jake kealy: how many pets do u have
KizoSykes: ive heard t use like an inch of sand, theres loads of different ways to do
heath66666666: did this work for you?
ny51luw: where did you get da white box from
stustokes203: @carwyn1990 to be honest mate they prob aint fertile suppose to hatch
between 40-60 days best way get a small torch and shine it through the eggs
if they have a pinkish hue it means there fertile if not means there dead
pezzlauk: you place to box directly onto the heat mate, wouldnt it be best on a shelf
above it so to speak.?
fatjuk: cool vid u can use the same setup for consnake eggs!
BrAnDoN MiTcHeLl: im actually working on making an cardboard incubator this very instant and
I just checked the temperature and it reads 97.1 so yes you can
Apache__ Gunner_1: best one ive seen yet. well done kidda
davejued: dose heating lamp work?(not too close to the eggs) also does the eggs have
to be kept in the dark with warm? or it can be expose to light? thx
LlamaGumby: oh ok... hey do u think it would be ok 2 puy perlate in da laying box
instead of vermiculate... and if not y? THX
VlahosThorpe: where do you get the temperature control thing?
Hannah Jones: great idea thanks for sharing.
ben butler: does anyone know that pen where what u cant draw on the eggs called to mark
which way up because one of my friends placed most of his eggs upside down
and they all died it cant be some felt-tip because it would soak into the
egg im pretty sure theres a certain pen?
PsychoBabbleJa9: Depends really. Tend to be more expensive from pet shops than private
breeders. But you can pick up a baby for around £20 nd normal adults can be
as low as £40. Cept I didnt know that wen I got my first one and I payed
£70 for a high yellow lol. Steep or what!
davbellisario7: can u hook s thermostat up to a zoo med heat pad that doesent have a
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