I'm on day 3 of my first incubation. I have two accurite temperature gauges. One stays between 99 & 101 and the other stays between 100 & 102. I've been keeping the humidity on the underside of 50%. Last night, they were on their colder temps so I put covered up the air hole and turned up my house temp. I woke this morning with the higher temp on 104! I took the top off to get the temp down. Are my babies going to die??? I went ahead and candled them. (I figure it's a little premature but I'm really curious if I'm doing all the work for a good reason.) I have 7 Buttercup eggs and I could see a little dark area in 6 of them. One looked like the bacteria examples I have seen. I have 5 Yokohama eggs and I didn't see anything on any of them. I do know they take a little longer to mature so I'm giving them a break right now. Will 104 degrees kill the embryos???