Kaiseri eggs from March

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Kaiseri development from egg.

Will follow with almost 5 month old larvae and pigment development

Follow up from egg pics
 

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The brown ones will eventually turn to Black normal coloration
 

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congrats! Re: Kaiseri eggs from March

Congratulations on your kaiser batch. I got three of them that are doing, absolutely, nothing for me except be adorable. Let me know if I can convince you to sell me one. bisvan@gmail.com

Fyi, mine are super eating red wigglers. They love it. Before that, they were yawning on newt food and blood worms that seemed as if I gave them vegetables again.
 

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I have 1.1 kaiseri laying eggs. What are your water specifications for better growth? Tia
 

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Sorry it took so long but god blessed me with Great Lakes well water. I finally dig out my water test kit. pH 7.5 and ammonia was 0.35 ppm out of the ground
 
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