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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This is Atlas, he's my 3 year male leatherback. i don't know whether to be worried as he has no femoral pores what so ever, not even small ones! i always thought they would come with age but he is getting a bit older now and i'm starting to worry. here are some photos of his lack of pores. if someone could let me know if this is healthy that would be greatly appreciated!!
I don't own Swordtail anymore. He owns me
Swordtail is being the chonky turd he is
Hmmm.... May make a dress for her lol

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