I have had leopard gecko eggs in the past, but they all molded and I had to throw them out. I have 2 batches in the incubator now - one is 3 and a half weeks old and the other is 4 and a half days old. The ones that are 3 and a half weeks old were doing well until last night. I noticed one of the eggs started looking different - a little bit of fuzz on it so of course, I am a little worried about it - as I don't want to lose these eggs again. I took the lid off the container to allow it to dry out a bit. I don't know what else to do - please help
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That is about all you can do. If they are good, a little mold is not going to hurt them.
Even though it's not a leopard gecko video, here's something that might put you at ease. Around 2:30 in the video, you'll see mold on the egg and the baby corn still hatched! Just keep an eye on your eggs like you have been.
1.1.0 Leopard Gecko (1.0 Super Snow; 0.1 APTOR het RAPTOR)
2.1.0 Ferrets (Varied Coats)
2.0.0 Cats (Black Domestic Shorthair)
1.0.0 Viper Gecko (Teratolepis Fasciata)
0.0.1 Gargoyle Gecko (B&W? Rhacodactylus Auriculatus)
All we need is just a little patience.
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