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Lucky Reptile HN-2UK Herp Nursery II Incubator

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Our reptile incubator range can be broken into the incubators themselves and incubator trays. Incubators are the large pieces of hardware used to perform incubation. Incubator trays are special boxes that have been designed to hold eggs during incubation. What should I look for?

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Reptile incubators are a bit like mini-fridges, however, they have a heated interior instead of a cooled one. As reptile eggs are developing they must be kept at a constant temperature, normally provided by a nest and their parent’s body heat in the wild. Reptile incubators can be set to any temperature to house whatever eggs you need to incubate. Why should I buy reptile incubators? I have never had to put a bowl of water in, but i think this may be dependent on the eggs you are incubating and the conditions they need. An excellent piece of kit for raising Honey Bee Queen Cells. This was recommended to me by another bee keeper who has used one similar to this with excellent results.Buzzard Reptile & Aquatics is a company registered in England and Wales with company number 11031009 at approx. 29°C. By placing the breeding tubs in different shelves inside the Herp Nursery II it is possible breeding your own desired sex ratio without the need for a second incubator! Temperature variations also exist in the widely used polystyrene area-breeders, but there is less of a clear pattern in the variations. Thus, contrary to the Herp Nursery II, it is nearly impossible to selectively The successor of the popular Herp Nursery incubator also uses the peltier technology which enables the device to cool and to heat its interior. This allows its use as incubator for reptile eggs but also for hibernating reptiles. The temperature area is approximately 5 to 60C but is dependant from the surrounding temperature. The digital thermostat allows setting the temperature in 1C steps. Please note that the displayed temperature can vary a little from the actual temperature inside the device.

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Generally it should be considered to what the breeding temperature recommendations relate, because the temperature inside the breeding substrate will always be lower than the breeding rooms temperature. Consequently, if the temperature recommendation refers to the temperature of the substrate, the device has to be set to a higher temperature. We recommend to always monitoring the temperature with a separate thermometer since every incubator will show temperature variations in the breeding room, which have an impact on the temperature of the breeding substrate. Due to its construction, the Herp Nursery II has a temperature variation from the bottom (lowest) to the top (highest) of about 4°C. With 32°C in the upper area you‘ll get about 28°C in the lower area. This effect can be used to breed different species or to selectively breed for a certain sex. With Greek Tortoises for example, you can expect more females at approx. 32°C and more males

The Herp Nursery II prevents the loss of eggs from overheating as it will automatically cool to keep the set temperature. Please note that due to the used technology the device has a certain temperature deviation. It is not a professional incubator which will keep the set temperature by the 0,1C but an entry model for less delicate eggs. different temperature requirements or breed for specific sexes and all in one device! Due to the temperature gradient, the displayed temperature is only a guideline and we recommend monitoring the temperature in the different parts with a separate thermometer.

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