Do you have the incubator ready?
Do have you made any preparations for the eggs?
Was this a planned breeding?
Once of the biggest mistakes new breeders make is when removing the eggs. They cannot be turned and need to be marked, so when placed in the moistened Vermiculite they are placed the way they are laid. If they get turned the embryos can drown. Another common mistake is not regulating the temps and humidity. The dents you are seeing should come out once the eggs are in the incubator with the heat and moisture. I will give you a link that I contributed to. It is called breeding Dragons 101. It should help with the eggs. You will want to give your female a good soak and extra calcium. Be prepared in about three weeks for the next clutch. Joan
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