When I opened the incubator, the normal musty smell wasn't there, it was slightly sour. But very very very slight. Is this normal, or should I look specifically for bacteria infested eggs during tonight's candling?
A large amount of a black or green mass, anything that looks abnormal from the others. You can also try sniffing the tops of each of the eggs as you bring them out to candle. I've done done that before and found the one that had gone bad without even having to candle for it.
How long does it usually take to explode? O_O I want to wait til tonight to make any decisions since the smell isnt very strong, though a on and the surrounding ones smelled slightly different. But I can't candle til it gets dark tonight. :x
I just remembered my wash room has no windows, so I only brought my SLW eggs in to candle them. One I heard movement in, and the other, I don't think so. But I didn't as much time on the one I'm unsure about because the moving one distracted me...
I'm candling all eggs again in a few hours, when it gets darker out.
But, are eggs on day 15, isn't the entire egg except the air sac supposed to be black? Both were only completely dark if I turned them on a certain side, other than that light still got through on a good 25-33% of the egg. Or is that normal?