Update: In the picture they aren’t in a permanent container but the one i ordered hasn’t come in yet so I’ll move them soon still no signs of veins but with the increased humidity they got a bit firmer they are pretty solid now and the pic in the post is as clean as I can get them which sucks because I think the amniotic fluid permanently bound the eggs to the dirt in the lay box and I don’t want to risk harming the eggs by rubbing it off since i’ve heard it has anti-fungal properties. The incubator arrived and I have them in there at 30 degrees Celsius because sadly it can’t go lower for a 100% female chance but I’m fine with a small chance for males. So excited!!! The rest of the incubation setup will arrive by tomorrow including an egg case and perlite.
Update 2: are the eggs supposed to have a slight odor? Not necessarily a rotting smell but it’s a bit odd. Thoughts?
Update 3: The stubbier egg in the picture has begun to produce a bad odor and the water that it sweats is yellowish. I assume it is dead but because it is still firm, I put it on the opposite end of the egg box and washed the box to prevent mold. No signs of veins yet but the longer egg has no smell and is quite firm.