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A. gracile egg photo progression

sde

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Hi all,

Just wanted to share my A. gracile photo progression thing. The photos aren't the best but hey, its better than nothing.

Enjoy!

P.S, in the last photo the larvae at the top right is the one.
 

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Great pictures, would definitely like to see you log the continued development of that individual.
 

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Unfortunately I put it in a tub large tub with lots of plants and now I can find him. But I can log the further development of a different A. gracile larvae.

It might be a while before the rest comes out though because they grow pretty slow :/

Glad you enjoyed it! -Seth
 

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Here comes the next section! They have their front legs now, and I think some might be getting their back legs.

Enjoy! -Seth
 

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