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I'm no expert (can never seem to say that enough), but from what I've picked up from this site, if the eggs appear totally white, it means they're probably not fertile. Can anyone with knowledge on this chime in?
Excellent pictures! I like the second! Was that Jetta watching? She looked mad!! Doesn't it take a few days before you start to see some development? I know one of the octo eggs, after a week or so you could see a spot in all the eggs.
Oh yeah she was really mad :x she even came out some what to get me i just notice these eggs yesterday, i have no idea how long they have been in there since i have left her alone in there and didnt bother her.