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Default Re: Aneides Lugubris Parental Behavior in male and female

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Originally Posted by Neotenic_Jaymes View Post
Sorry. In the video the male will always be on the right and the female will always be on the left.
First off man....awesomesauce!

My guess would be aerating to prevent fungal growth. Most commonly known detriment to all moisture loving eggs. Dont some plethodontids even eat fungal infected eggs, assumed to prevent spreading? Like I said, just my guess, I try to go with the most common and/or obvious reasons myself.
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