Unsure about these eggs

When they were first layed I didn’t see veins (I still don’t see them) but the whole egg is more red now than it was. It’s been 34 days since they were layed and there’s also no mold.
It’s the second clutch from this girl
Idk if the picture is even helpful

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Keep it in the incubator. I had an egg that I could never visually see anything in but around I think 60 days or so it finally hatched a little baby gecko!

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I know it’s hard not to, but try and not take it out or handle it at all.

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Incubate until there's no debate
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I agree with @reptirix & @erie-herps

Leave it in the incubator and don’t disturb it until it either hatches or goes bad and you know for certain.

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what would be a sure sign of it “going bad”?

If it molds and smells bad.

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Not all infertile eggs smell or mould. They can still look pretty!
Usually there’s a red cheerio if fertile. And then you’ll see more and more ‘black’ for where the baby is growing.

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