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Re: incubation times.
Actually somebody did; Jim Gasior. I believe he
presented this at the last convention. If you are
interested you can contact him at; Gasior.gj@aol,com.
Jim is the president of WAKO and has spent a great
deal of time reviewing JAKA articles to compile the
Original Message -----
From: "Steve DeMarle" <sdemarle at xomed_com>
To: "'killie list'" <KillieTalk at AKA_Org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 8:09 AM
Subject: RE: incubation times.
> Have any of the scientific minded on this list ever put together a chart
> with the various species, temps, and incubation times, like:
> Species 60F 70F 80F 85F
> sp. ABC 52wks 40wks 32wks 4wks
> sp. XYZ 48wks 46wks 45wks 42wks.
> If anyone has that info it would be great to post somewhere.
> Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2001 17:38:28 -0400
> From: "-RJ-" <TranquilityBase at NetZero_Net>
> Subject: RE: incubation times.
> Hi Steve,
> There is no real confusion. Incubation times can be accelerated by
> incubating at higher temps. For RAC for instance, I incubate at room temp
> for 8 months. A friend claims that he managed hatches in three by using a
> high tech incubator.
> I would rather incubate cooler and wait longer. There is less chance of
> cooking your eggs or getting belly sliders by rushing them.
> You might disagree. But before you take any advise regarding incubation
> you should also get all of the rest of the details.
> Best regards,
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