So to start off, I'm on day three of incubating 18 button quail eggs, and am using a homemade Styrofoam still air incubator. The temperature stays almost always at a steady 100 degrees Fahrenheit, with an occasional low of 98 degrees (which, I believe, is caused by my house being a wee bit drafty), and a high of 101 degrees. The humidity stays at a steady 60%, but sometimes falls to 52% (only when I open the incubator to turn the eggs). All the info I've gotten for incubating the wee boogers has been gleaned from a ton of various sources, but I figure actually talking to people who have been there and can actually answer my questions is a wise idea. Also, I've a bit of a problem. You see, I was supposed to have another shipment of eggs arriving at the same time as my button quail, but due to the post office messing up (sent the eggs to another state), won't get here until tomorrow. Big headache, this was. Can I add the eggs to the incubator? Or is it too late? The eggs aren't button quail. But...don't quote me on that, as I thought they were actually the same species (or are they?) They are Texas a&m and pharaoh, BTW. Are the poor things doomed as soon as they arrive here? I'd really hate to lose them!