Reptile and Amphibian Breeding Supplies
Plastic Petri dish
Petri Dishes are essential for breeding poison dart frogs. When placed under a coconut hut, many dart frogs such as Leucomelas and Tinctorious will lay eggs on the petri dish, which can then be removed for tadpole development. Due to the thin plastic of the Petri dish scuff marks may occur during transit.
35MM Film Canister Black
35MM Film Canister Black - Great for breeding Thumbnail dart frogs such as Ranitomeya and for tadpole deposition sites. Easily mounted throughout the terrarium these small canisters make it very easy to breed your small amphibians that utilize epiphyte axils. They can also be incorporated in backgrounds for tiny planters or hides.
Exo Terra Incubation Box
The Exo Terra Incubation Box makes incubating reptile eggs safer, less complicated and improves hatch rates. The Exo Terra Incubation Box is based on the Suspended Incubation Method, meaning the eggs will be suspended in a specifically designed tray “above” water or substrate, not embedded “in” a moist substrate. This method not only ensures max...
Exo Terra Incubator Pro Humidifier
Replacement USB Humidifier for Exo Terra Incubator Pro.
Wilbanks "Easy Hatch" Large Egg Incubation Tray
The Wilbanks Professional Reptile large egg incubation tray will hold a 10 Ball Python eggs. This tray will provide a barrier between to egg and incubation substrate to protect against excess moisture in the mix. The egg shaped depressions keep eggs from rolling and the grooves allow for proper airflow between the egg and substrate material. ...
Wilbanks Small Egg Incubation Box w/ tray
The Wilbanks Professional Reptile small species egg incubation box will hold a dozen gecko eggs or other small egg species.
Animals & Pet Supplies
Egg Carton 10 Pack
A cardboard egg flat is ideal for providing a necessary surface area for your feeder insects to crawl on, and can be used to gather them when you need some critters for feeding - just pick up the egg crate and shake the insects off into a feeding cup. The Bio Dude recommends dividing the egg flat in two, and placing the pieces on top of the subs...