POLL - How long do they take to hatch?

How long do your eggs take to hatch?

  • 30-60 Days

    Votes: 126 79.7%
  • 60-80 Days

    Votes: 30 19.0%
  • 80-105 Days

    Votes: 1 0.6%
  • More!

    Votes: 1 0.6%
  • Less!

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    158

adam&nikki

New Member
Messages
416
i have an egg thats almost ready to hatch its been in the incuator since feb 16th i am guessing by april 16th it would have hatchd iv been keepimg my eyes on it my bator is set at 87 degrees
 

Nicky19

Nicky19
Messages
23
Location
Redditch
My first hatchling popped out the other day at 47 days at only 82C....premature i thought, however its a fat, lively and healthy little thing :)
 

Stamuetir

New Member
Messages
137
Location
Germany
it all depends on the temperature you incubate your eggs in
75.2-80.6 degrees = between 70-90 days (almost certainly all female)
80.6-82.4 degrees = between 50-60 days (75% feamle, 25% male)
82.4-86 degrees = between 40-50 days (50% female, 50% male)
86 -87.8 degrees = between 35-45 days (30% female, 70% male)
87.8-91.4 degrees = between 35-40 days (almost certainly all male)
over 92.3 degrees = almost all female but very agressive ones and the deathrate is rather high
 

Russellm0704

New Member
Messages
1,071
Location
Marietta, Ga
My females(81.5-82.5) hatched at 56-57 days
My males(88-89.5) hatched at 38-40 days

I use hovabators but since my gecko room is in the basement, the ambient temp is a bit cooler which i think is the reason my eggs take a few more days to hatch out. Though i have had a 100 percent hatch rate with fertile eggs this year
 

LepoInc

New Member
Messages
594
Location
United States
I see "Hatched at 53 days" a lot. I'm not sure what they are aiming for but I second that warmer temps help the embryo produce quicker ending in a quicker hatch rate
 

Phoenix1115

New Member
Messages
932
Location
Connecticut
My 88-89s have all hatched at exactly 32 days.
I have one clutch if females at 83 that I have left to hatch. I'm trying the method of raising the temp after 22 days to see if it works. Right now I'm on day 24 so yesterday I raised the temp to 86, tomorrow I will raise it again to 88.
 

Superior Reptiles

New Member
Messages
48
Location
Cypress, Texas
From my experience it takes around 45 days at 84.5 degrees for them to hatch. Not sure about the other temps but a general rule is that the hotter the temps the shorter the incubation time!
 
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