[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: N. guentheri, Incubation Cycle
Ted's concern is real, that prolonged incubation might produce belly
sliders, but I have hatched N. eggersi, for example, after 11 months
incubation, without belly sliders. It's always worth wetting peat to see
what you get.
>You might wind up with alot of sliders , if you get any hatch at all..
>9969 Bethel Rd
>From: Barry J. Cooper <bjc3 at cornell_edu>
>To: killietalk at aka_org <killietalk at aka_org>
>Date: Sunday, July 19, 1998 8:02 AM
>Subject: Re: N. guentheri, Incubation Cycle
>>>Can someone post the usual incubation cycle for N guentheri. I have
>>>bags of peat from early to mid March 98. I'm wondering if there ready to
>>>Thanks Jim Langan
>>Should be. Normal incubation time is about 3 months.
>>Barry J. Cooper
>>Department of Biomedical Sciences
>>College of Veterinary Medicine
>>Ithaca, NY 14853
Barry Cooper, Chair email: bjc3 at cornell_edu
Department of Pathology Voice: (607)253-3336
College of Veterinary Medicine FAX: (607)253-3317
Ithaca, NY 14853