i needed that same info. i have a brown female that is looking a little
> Hi Pete,
> Your timing couldnt have been better. My green basilisk layed a clutch
> of 13 healthy eggs last saturday.
> I checked in on her saturday morning to find her digging at the flooring
> of her cage. I immediately placed a tupperware tub (large ice crem tub)
> and placed a 50/50 mix of damp peat and childrens play sand approx. 5
> inches deep. She didnt show any interest so i physically placed her in
> there and covered half of the top opening with a piece of cork bark. She
> stayed in there for the rest of the day digging in various places. About
> 6 hours later i could see that she had finished by her lean appearance
> and lack of activity. I removed her and then the tub. After careful
> exploration of the tub with the help of a soft bristled paint brush i
> uncovered 13 healthy looking eggs in four seperate locations of the tub.
> I immediately incubated them in a 1:1 vermiculite/water (by weight) mix
> at an average temp of 29-30C. I check on them about once every third day
> to allow air exchange in the tub. I expect them to hatch in approx 66
> days. I would not recommend letting the temp fall below 28C or over
> 30.5C for extended periods.
> Ihope this helps. If you need any more info email me and i'll be glad to
> give what help i can.
> Marc Linekar
> > I have a gravid female brown basilisk, and would like to hear from
> > someone with experience re what I need to provide her for a
> > nesting/egg-laying area and medium. Would also appreciate tips on
> > incubation: medium, temperature, etc.
> > Info available in the Web is pretty sketchy, so I'm hoping there are
> > some experts here!
> > TIA,
> > Pete
> > Atlanta,GA