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He is finally here!

Lev

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The eggs are slightly pink this morning, I'm not sure if it's cyano or not, doesn't look like it.. I ouldn't blow it off with a turkey baster.
 

Lev

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This morning, all of the eggs have a greater pink colour to them. Here is a pic:

octoeggs.jpg
 

monty

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:welcome: xlzerolx. You might want to keep an eye on the "octopus availability" thread, too...
 

xlzerolx

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Thanks for the welcome :smile:
I have been lurking here for a while and have been keeping a watch on the octopus availability thread. Unfortunately it seems to be only updated when there are ceph's available in the States :frown:.
 

DWhatley

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I hope Lev responds. We have not heard from her in a long time and I would like to know if any of her babies survived.
 
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