So this is our first breeding season. I have 3 girls paired with 3 guys and luckily enough one took during ovulation. This is our Gecko Snubs first year laying eggs and she's done an amazing job! So far we've had 3 infertile eggs however her last clutch looked really promising. We're at day 15 and the eggs are looking great, bright red ring, tons of veins. However, the smaller of the two eggs have started to accumulate mold (I've moved it to a separate incubation container so it doesn't contaminate the sibling and removed the mold) and both eggs have now dented. Is there anything I can do to help these guys out and up their chances of survival? Humidity is as 88% so I've decreased humidity a tad just to see if the eggs approve since some of my research says that to much moisture can cause denting just like not enough humidity can.