24th May 22:54
How do you know if the beardie eggs are infertile (pogona)
Fertile eggs become white and start to grow. If they are dented either they
are infertile or there is too little moisture in the incubator.
If the female is too young the risk of low hatch rates, small and weak
babies is pretty high so I wouldn't incubate them but it's up to you. Those
that are dented have little chance anyway.
Very young females should not live with a male.
I'm not sure what you mean by fine sand, only play sand is safe (or evtl.
quartz sand). No calci sand or "desert" sands sold at pet stores. And no
Would be good to know.
More variety wouldn't harm.
Can be done about once a week.
Superworms can be used for staple, mealworms should not.
If he is healthy now normal calcium supplements would be ok. Please note
that proper UVB too is important that's why it would be good to know what
brand/model you're using.
This may be too little calcium and vitamins for them esp. with the
not-too-wide variety of greens and veggies you're using. Calcium should be
used 4-5 times a week depending on age, size, gender (females with eggs need
more), vitamins 1-2 times a week.
Lizard care sheets: