Repti-Tray ™ Suspension

Reptile Egg Hatching Tray
Reptile Egg Hatching Containers!

Repti-Tray ™ reptile egg trays are designed for suspension incubation of reptile eggs. After years of incubation experience and research with reptile eggs the Repti-Tray reptile egg trays were developed. The Repti-Trays are versatile and allow for custom configuration setup with a variety of reptile eggs. Repti-Tray reptile egg trays provide the best incubation environment for the safest and quickest development of the developing embryo. For decades breeders have been using homemade suspension egg hatching trays in order to best replicate natural incubation. Suspension incubation provides an environment with less bacteria buildup and also provides maximum fresh air exchange to the developing eggs. The final production version of the Repti-Tray reptile egg trays have been successfully used for 3 years now.

The Repti-Tray egg tray system is a multifunctional egg tray to allow incubation of different sizes of eggs as well as different types of egg incubation. Repti-Tray egg trays have adjustable egg dividers as well as a removable bottom substrate partition screen. The adjustable dividers allow for different size eggs or separation of eggs. The removable bottom substrate screen allows for suspension incubation or direct substrate-to-egg contact incubation. Repti-Tray reptile egg incubation trays are designed to help “Simulate Mother Nature” by allowing you to custom configure the setup for your specific reptile egg incubation needs.

Repti-Tray egg trays can be used with all the popular hatching substrate mediums. The most popular are Vermiculite, Perlite, Polymer water crystals and HatchRite. We recommend HatchRite or Polymer water crystals kept very wet when higher humidity is required. The Repti-Tray reptile egg trays have been used to successfully hatch many varieties of reptile eggs. Here are some of the successfully hatched reptile eggs with the Repti-Tray reptile egg trays. Leopard Gecko, Giant Day Gecko, Gargoyle Gecko, Crested Gecko, Mountain Horned Lizard, Green Iguana, Bearded Dragon, Uromastyx, Butterfly Agama, Green Anole, Jacksons Chameleon, Panther Chameleon, Green Basilisk, Corn Snake, Green Tree Python, Mud Turtle, Ornate Box Turtle, Honduran Wood Turtle, Greek Tortoise, Hermans Tortoise and Red Foot Tortoise.

Setup and use of reptile egg trays
#1 Wet and place the hatching substrate in the bottom of the container.
#2 Install and configure the dividers and bottom substrate screen in the container.
#3 Place your eggs in the various partitioned areas, put the lid on and place the container in your incubator. Of course, follow the best incubation guidelines for the reptile eggs you are incubating.

Monitoring eggs during incubation
After you have placed your eggs in the Repti-Tray reptile egg tray you will need to periodically check the eggs and add water to the incubation substrate. The Repti-Tray reptile egg trays have small vents to allow air exchange. You may drill additional holes if you require more air exchange (less humidity) or tape over existing vent holes to decrease air exchange (more humidity).

Repti-Tray ™ Dimensions
8” L x 5 ½” W x 4 ¼” H

Complete tray set as shown