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Old 27th September 2015   #24 (permalink)
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Default Re: Desmognathus breeding success...now what?

Ah, disregard that...I just noticed the female underneath them in your photo. Leave them alone with minimal disturbance. If she is still attending them the infertile eggs probably won't foul the others. They just sort of shrink up and become darker yellow...the cutaneous bacteria or skin secretions seem to inhibit deterioration of the infertile ones as well if the female remains in attendance.

Good luck! Looks like there are several developing :)
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