There white with the dimples like the picture you showed me and its just a bit off white at the top and bottom points of the eggs
If the eggs have dimples, in addition to spraying them with water, you could also try using sphagnum moss as this type of moss is very light and airy, ensuring that oxygen gets near the eggs and that they have a higher humidity. If you do decide to switch to sphagnum moss though, do be aware that the eggs might get harmless brown stains on them, which are perfectly natural and the eggs are still healthy.
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