Show Off Your Cresties 🤩

I’ve had this happen so many times!!
I know when they’re about to hatch so check and honestly It happens so much I’m used to it now, the light sort of wakes them up and off they go! :joy:

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Fig & insects is a fav here.

I’m hoping to try banana cream pie next :crossed_fingers:

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@ggexotics your cresties are drop dead gorgeous!

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Hiding in plain site again :sweat_smile:

How is this comfy :woman_shrugging:

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Thank you so much :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: Hopefully at some point I can breed up to the same standard! Give me 5-10 years eh :rofl:

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Theyre weird, arent they?

This lil weirdo was holsing his own foot while he slept.

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That’s funny :rofl:

Crazy sleep positions








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I run a Reptile Boarding business, and here is one of my regulars. She is soooo pretty!! Absolutely adorable. I believe she is 5 months old. Her name is Emory




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Not fully fired as I hadn’t sprayed so her red isn’t as bright as usual but I just love how cream she is :relaxed:

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Such a curious lil Crestie :relaxed:
Wish we had more boarding places for reptiles!

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Anybody else’s not understand that she’s not a puppy?

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HELP PLEASE!!!

I have 2 eggs but they are looking slightly yellow.

They have been in the enclosure no more than 2 nights.

I’ve tried candling but they are coated in mud and really I can’t tell. I may try again when it’s dark out

Are these likely to be viable eggs?

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When candling you should be able to tell. Are you using a small light like a phone light? If you use a large flashlight a lot of the light will go around the egg and it will be hard to see the veins/embryo. Have you paired her? Is she a proven breeder? I would say that they are either fertilized or they are the first clutch and aren’t fertilized. Either way, congratulations! Even if they aren’t fertile your female should be ready to lay.

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Thanks

Yes she was paired last month but I didn’t see a lock as I left them to it. I used a huge torch :person_facepalming:

I’ve put them in the incubator for now. I will try candling tonight when it’s dark and will use my phone light as it’s smaller.

She’s a proven breeder (elsewhere)

I do hope they are fertile :crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers:

I just expected them to be more white

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Keep us updated if they’re fertile. If they are that’s super exciting! If they aren’t that’s still a big step forward.

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They look infertile.
Funny enough I pulled a few infertile out last week. Incubated anyway but no, defo not fertile! So they got put back to the males :grin:

I use my phone light, just wipe as much mud off as you can. But usually when like that they start to go funny as aren’t fertile.

Let us know though! And if they’re not, pair her again :blush:
Is she only female in viv? Could be from another…

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They are from Kona. She is in with Strawberry but it’s Kona’s digging spot, I saw her digging there several times and she has a bit of sag now too. She last laid eggs (I assume infertile) in sept just before she arrived.

She dug sooooo deep :sweat_smile:

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Sneak peaks :smiling_face_with_tear:
Omg I’m over the moon already and this is just the start!! :heart_eyes:

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A skull with a hanging gas mask and a bright orange gecko would work too lol. I can’t wait to see it either! Definitely keep us posted @ghoulishcresties!

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:joy:
Not a gas mask, but something my Fav Anime I watch, and to do with my first ever Cresties Name :smirk:
You should get it now… :rofl:

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