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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    Way exciting! Congrats!


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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    Good luck

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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    That's awesome! Good luck!

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    Congratulations! Fingers crossed for ya...

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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    So according to Derek days 15 and 45 are the two hurdles with blackhead eggs. We are on day 21 and have 5 still going strong. These eggs are massive and emit enough heat and moisture to regularly change the climate in their egg boxes. This is why it was necessary to have a baseline climate in the boxes prior to the eggs being placed in there. With the my incubator set up maintaining humidity at 95% I can tell if the eggs are taking on water or releasing based on the humidity being higher or lower than 95% and adjust my humidified airflow accordingly. This system also allows me to run up to 99% humidity without any condensation which also is imperative as any direct contact with water will kill the eggs.
    Fingers crossed, 5 weeks to go.

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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    The weather was nice so I decided to take Patty outside for a quick photo op.

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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    What a stunner


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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    Patty looks AMAZING! Those BHPs are gorgeous animals! Best wishes with your clutch.
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    Re: Black-headed python progression thread

    Noticed a slight wet spot on one of the eggs yesterday. Crazy how this can happen with absolutely zero condensation in the egg box. Apparently it happens when the eggs try to let off a little moisture of their own if it is too humid to do so. Typically this is a death sentence for the affected egg however with my incubator I was able to drop the humidity to 75% for about 5 hours and it cleared up then bring it back up to about 92%. Fingers crossed, Monday will be day 45 which is the second big hurdle for these guys. Pics are before and after the humidity adjustment.

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