Neobarrettia Spinosa

aaandyyy5

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Hi
One of my Neobarrettia Spinosa layed eggs while I was herping down in South Texas. Does anybody know what to do with them to help them hatch? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Andy
 

ftorres

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eggs

HEllo,
just keep the eggs buried like she laid them and keep them humid for several months,since they take quite long. some cool period is also need it.
good luck with them.
if you have more questions I can help email me at fjtorresvw@hotmail.com
regards
FT
 

beetleman

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yeah, i heard they take a real lonnnnnnng time to hatch! very interesting.
 

aaandyyy5

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Thanks. Do you mean I should like put them in the fridge for awhile. Thats what I used to do with silkworm eggs when I was littler. I would have to wait for the mulberry leaves to start blooming before I could let the eggs hatch.

Thanks
Andy
 
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