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Ok thanks for all info guys. I have yet to see any development but they aren't white either, its day 5 today so seems I can still keep hope up!
No Problem... Can you post a photo of them? That would help.
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No Problem... Can you post a photo of them? That would help.
Yes! The reason I haven't earlier is cause I haven't been able to take a good picture. Its pretty much impossible with the brown container. Not sure if you can get something useful out of this, but this is my best try

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It really exciting when attending your first clutch, the biggest advice I've gotten was from Masstiffman. Pull them after 7-10 days, it takes a couple of days for the pair to mate and successfully fertilise all the eggs.
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It really exciting when attending your first clutch, the biggest advice I've gotten was from Masstiffman. Pull them after 7-10 days, it takes a couple of days for the pair to mate and successfully fertilise all the eggs.
Yes the problem is my females has pretty much swallowed all eggs after 7 days

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The eggs now has eyes and heads are forming! The are "bopping" on there heads should I lower flow?
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Yes the problem is my females has pretty much swallowed all eggs after 7 days

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The eggs now has eyes and heads are forming! The are "bopping" on there heads should I lower flow?
Just enough to keep them wiggling, and the females will mature in time to not swallow the eggs. Good luck!
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