So, I decided I wanted seramas as soon I first heard of them...lol So has begun my first ever venture into birds! I have bred leopard geckos in the past, so incubating eggs is not new to me...but having to turn them is! I timed it so the chicken eggs came a couple days after the last leopard gecko eggs we had hatched...heh At any rate....I waited to post anything on the board until I knew I had something going on with the eggs. I Purchased on ebay from someone in Media, PA since I live in Allentown and they were the closest eggs I could find. I didn't want to get them shipped long distance as I know how easily eggs can be damaged and b/c from everything I've heard/seen serama eggs can be harder to hatch than others. Anyway....I recieved 16 eggs (the auction was for 13+) and started incubating them on April 28th (in homemade incubator made from a minifridge). I have the incubator set to 101 and the temps are staying between 100.2 and 100.9...humidity is varying between about 40 and 60%....I'm having trouble keeping it steady. At any rate, I candled some of the eggs today (I think about 8 of them), and every one was showing development! After looking at several of them I noticed one that was moving!...so I looked at several more and back at a couple I'd already checked and every one I checked was moving! YAY! I know seramas can have a low hatch rate....now is it usually that a lot of them just don't develop, or that a lot of them quit at some point? What can I expect now that I know most of them are developing well at this point? So my hatch date should be some time between the 16th and 19th correct? I know some have seramas hatch day 18 and some day 21....so it should be somewhere in that range?...lol I hate waiting!!!!!