Hi all- I have 33 beardie eggs *yes, all from the same clutch*! Mom is doing great. However, I have two bins in my female temp leopard gecko incubator at around 84 degrees, they’re not sweating as of now. The male leopard gecko incubator is where the story gets interesting. I ran out of space in the female leopard gecko incubator, so I had to put the rest of the beardie eggs in there. I’m new to breeding, so I thought high temps wouldn’t be a terrible thing. However, now I’m hearing temps above 85 can be fatal. I’m at day 45 and they’re sweating. The male incubator with the ones sweating are at 87 degrees F. Should I be worried with this high of temp? The eggs all still look fine, no mold or denting, just the sweat droplets. I looked all around for condensation from the lid but there’s no way. Thanks in advance for your help!!