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[Cuttlefish Eggs]: Trying yet again at Daisy Hill

Thales

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With the dismal failure to produce fertile eggs with my recent batch of bandensis, I have just received two clusters of about 10 eggs each of wild caught eggs to give it another go. My hope is to post some pics and some info on progress at least once a week. :biggrin2:

The eggs arrived this morning and are acclimating now. Several hatchlings were sans egg, and swimming around. I have collected some amphipods to give to them, and 500 mysids will be arriving in the morning.

Here are a couple of acclimating shots:
 


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Ah... the late night feedings, burpings and diaper changes, how well I remember... oh wait, that's me... :bonk: you only have late night feedings and water changes. :biggrin2:
 


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