Biology at SBC

VEILED CHAMELEON EGGS, SUMMER 2006

 
 
 

Where are the eggs?

 
 
 
 


I gently scooped the sand away to uncover them.

 
 

  FINAL COUNT:  53 EGGS.

The eggs are partly buried in a thick layer of damp sphagnum moss, with space between them.  I will incubate them in two environmental chambers that will be maintained under different temperature regimes.    They will hatch in 4 to 9 months. 

 
 
 

http://www.biology.sbc.edu/photosforBioWeb/chameleonsSum06b.html
 

 

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