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User: rdperry5 (see all of rdperry5's photos)
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Date: 09/23/05
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HoodedHoy

Registered: 06/2003
Location: North Carolina, USA
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My menagerie currently consists of; two dogs- one Border Collie mix, one Chow Chow, one ferret, one leopard gecko, one colombian rainbow boa.

How sweet! I think I see a nose in the middle. :) Looks like they are all classics, how many are there?
I was wondering about you incubator set-up, looks nice and simple. How did you put it together?
Jessie
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09-29-2005 12:25PM View HoodedHoy's Profile View HoodedHoy's Gallery  

rdperry5

Registered: 04/2002
Location: Florida Keys
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The incubator is a 10 gallon tank with two bricks in the bottom holding up a rack (cookie cooling type). There is enough water to cover the bricks 2/3 of the way up. A underwater heater keeps the water warm and helps provide humidity. The eggs were placed in a bucket with damp perlite. The bucket and the lid had slits for air, and a temp probe was inserted to monitor the egg temps. The bucket rested on the rack above the water. The tank was then covered on the outside with newspaper, and the top with aluminum foil. This kept it dark inside, as well as warm and humid.
10-02-2005 09:23PM View rdperry5's Profile View rdperry5's Gallery