Maternally incubated jungles

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  1. Sdaji

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    That's interesting. I haven't actually found any difference in this way. My clutches of Carpets used to hatch over about 3 days and I don't think I ever actually separated them, always did Carpets as an adhered clutch. I wonder why my results were different. I found the same with other pythons too. I'll have to try experimenting in the future.
     
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    Never more than about 24 hours, they usually start to come out at night or early morning and then the stragglers will be out the next night. They are all incubated over water with no medium if that has any influence.
     
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    Interesting. If I'm ever keeping Carpets again I'll play around with incubation methods and pay close attention to the timing/synchronisation.
     
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