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Old 8th March 2019   #4
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Just saw the pic and my guess is the ones that are white/cloudy are infertile but it's difficult to tell for sure without a close up. It won't hurt to keep the infertile in with the fertile eggs. Also would guess that it's the melanoid that's the mother now! Also the debris on the eggs shouldn't be a problem.
As an added note: raising axolotl larvae can be very time and labor intensive and you will have to find homes for the babies. If you're not prepared to do that right now you can make sure the eggs don't develop by putting them in the freezer. They won't feel any pain and it's a responsible choice if you're not prepared to raise a bunch of babies! Even if you do feel prepared and want babies I would recommend only raising a few, keeping alive hundreds of helpless babies is a big job!
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