Bearded Dragon Eggs

My female beardie just laid a clutch of eggs (two, so far, have been laid) and I’m going to put them in the incubator. However, the last clutch I raised was over two years prior, and I feel I’ve forgotten some of the care for the eggs. What I am going with right now is as such: the temperature in the incubator is at 85 degrees, and the eggs are in a plastic container with a lid. The container has vermiculite inside, and I am planning to mist the vermiculite (but not the eggs, to avoid mold). I do know the eggs will take around 2 months at average to hatch. Is all this information correct? How often should I mist the vermiculite? To keep the humidity, I also have a separate little plastic container with about a centimeter of water in it, in the rack under the eggs. I did this the last time, and it kept the humidity at a pretty good (and accurate) percentage. Is this alright? Thank you!

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