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Old 29th June 2017   #44 (permalink)
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Thanks Herman! I actually just saw your fb msg regarding the shanjing eggs, must have gotten buried in birthday messages on Facebook apologies!


The first few have morphed. The first one to do so I left in the larvae tub as there was a lot of cork bark for it to roam. The next morning I found it dead, it seems to have drown upon re entering the water. Now as they morph I have been removing them into a bin of cork bark with a wet paper towel bottom, and haven't lost any since (touch wood). After they left the water they developed their characteristic head ridges.
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