I have been having medium success hatching at 37.7 degrees Celsius at about 55% humidity, but having late deaths in the hatcher (37degrees 65-75% humidity) I guess getting 4-6 deaths per 30 eggs during lock down. The later ones that hatch have been slightly shrink wrapped and some deaths without pipping (wet inside inner membrane during eggtopsy). This has been with a variety of different eggs. I tried reducing the humidity during hatch to about 40% but had A LOT more deaths from about 14 days onwards. All but 2 out of 40 eggs died this time round with reduced humidity. 6 made it into lock down, one has hatched and 4 have died, I did an eggtopsy on them, they had pipped the inner membrane then died. Very wet inside inner membrane tight with lots of liquid inside, how can this be so with such low humidity? Just wondering how to make my hatches better. Any info would be great. Sorry about Celsius but I am in New Zealand and I don't understand Fahrenheit!