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Old 26th September 2015   #22 (permalink)
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Default Re: Desmognathus breeding success...now what?

Well, shucks. It looks like all of the eggs may not have been fertilized. I have been assuming that the darker, yellow color meant a fungal infection, but I suppose it could just be degradation? Fungal infections should be associated with white growth on the egg, correct?

Regardless, this begs the question of what's my best option to ensure the further development of the remaining embryos? Suggestions from others with breeding success in plethodontids?
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