Spino Egg

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Spino Egg
Spino Egg.png

Tremendously nourishing by itself, this egg provides superior nutritional value in many cooking recipes.

Consumable (values pertain to Humans)
Egg size
Spoils in
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Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 350 1 0 0
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino'" 1 0 0

Variant Fertilized Spino Egg

cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized'" 1 0 0

Variant Fertilized Aberrant Spino Egg

cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/Test/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized_Aberrant.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized_Aberrant'" 1 0 0

Variant Fertilized X-Spino Egg

cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/Genesis/Dinos/BiomeVariants/Bog_Spino/PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized_Bog.PrimalItemConsumable_Egg_Spino_Fertilized_Bog'" 1 0 0
Used to craft

The Spino Egg is one of the Eggs in ARK: Survival Evolved.


Spino Eggs are randomly dropped by  Spinos. They can be eaten or used to make  Superior Kibble for taming  Allosaurus,  Argentavis,  Castoroides, ,  Daeodon,  Dire Bear,  Direwolf,  Dunkleosteus,  Gasbags,  Mammoth,  Megalodon,  Megalosaurus,  Megatherium,  Paraceratherium,  Plesiosaur,  Snow Owl,  Tapejara, and  Woolly Rhino.

After two  Spinos mate, the resulting egg can be hatched into a baby  Spino.

Grabbing an egg in the presence of wild  Spinos will cause them to become hostile and attack the survivor.


Disambig.png Main article: Incubation

The Spino Egg takes 3h 50m 45.047s to hatch. It must be in the temperature range of 30 to 32 °C / 86 to 90 °F to successfully hatch, otherwise it will start to lose  Health. The female  Spino needs between 18h and 2d before having the capacity to lay eggs again. The incubation time can be reduced by up to 20% if the egg is placed in an  Egg Incubator at the ideal temperature.


If a player wishes to retrieve a wild Spino Egg, then an aerial mount is an excellent idea. Snatching the egg followed by a quick ascent into the air is a surefire means of reaching quick safety from a provoked Spino. Unlike other theropods, an aquatic mount is not a guaranteed means of escape, as Spinos can chase after an assailant into the water as well. If one desires a more aggressive strategy, mounts and/or other players can distract a Spino, though any casualties are questionable just to obtain an egg. A well equipped player with a Rex and some backup or something similar in power can potentially outright kill a Spino if fleeing is not an option.


From a distance, Spino eggs look like they're emitting light, but they don't close up.