This clutch on June 4 showed many eggs with a yellow hue. That means they were not very well developed when she laid them, I suppose. Often you can see a pinkish color through the whole eggs and veins when candling, even after they are first laid. I knew most were good because I saw embryos affixed to the inside of most of the eggs.
Checked them tonight. One is bad and the rest appear to be developing nicely.
And then I took some pictures of some of the eggs while candling. The rest look fine.