Yes, that is the right thing to do. Put the aerator near the eggs so that they get a mild current, not to much. If you have worked with freshwater Angelfish eggs and raised them w/o thier parents, the method is the same.ritche_m said:Thanks C!
My octopus is on its fourth week of captivity and it laid eggs last week. It is just the common octopus (octopus vulgaris i think). Unfortunately, the octopus died this morning and I don't know why. So I placed the eggs near the aerator so that bubbles can pass through it, i don't know if this is the right thing to do to save them. I hope these eggs will survive.