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Old 17th November 2014   #8 (permalink)
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Default Re: Desmognathus breeding success...now what?

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I had a second female oviposit, but she consumed the entire cluster of eggs soon after they had begun to develop the spinal cord (nerulation).

The first female and her cluster are doing well. The embryos have well developed legs and toes, and are wriggling away in their membranes. I think they should hatch before Thanksgiving. It's been 40 days since they were initially oviposited.
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