Discussion in 'Breeding Tropical Fish' started by puresaltwater, May 31, 2007.
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They are 2" in length
Lets hatch them out and see what we get.
Odd eggsacks...are they individual batches of eggs?
setup a QT and see what they are when they hatch. Easier to toss them this way if it turns out to be something bad.
I have no clue what they are, but they're pretty cool looking!
new pics of the eggs?
Air stone may be needed
Be sure you have plenty of motion in the water maybe an airstone many things in eggs need lots of water movement to breath,
they should be changing pretty quick if they are fertilized, I ve seen a freshwater snail that lays eggs like that,
It reminds me of Octapus eggs I saw on discovery channel.
Fellow reefers took the words right out of my mouth! Let's see what they bring and hope they survive. Bringing oxygen to them will help...also you don't want the eggs to suffocate through detritus accumulating on the eggs!!
Keep an eye on them!
How those eggs doing???
Hi, I have seen the pink egg problem before. I think that it must be some sort of pathogen. Clutches of squid that have hatched from pink eggs that we've seen seem to have some sort of neurological problem! They spin out of control (literally)! Normally the squid lay clearer eggs. And..are they pink initially or do they become pink overtime? I can't see the picture either. I'm new! Anyone have advice?
We've been trying to figure out what is going on in our system.
Wow... ! This is fancy! Keep us updated!
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