Linda Moon and her colleagues from the Edwards Aquifer Authority(EAA) were snorkeling in a spring fed by the Edward Aquifer looking for salamanders. She flipped a rock and found two bead sized milky clear balls. These are the first two eggs of the Comal Spring salamander eggs found in the wild. Credit: Linda Moon,USFWS. In a study published recently by Ecosphere, the researchers describe how the two Comal Spring salamander eggs hatch. One male and one female. Comal Spring salamander (Eurycea pterophilia) Joshua Rapp Learn is a science writer for the Wildlife Society he can be contacted: email@example.com with any questions or comments about his article. I do apologize for any credit due, not mentioned. I also apologize for any missing photos that do accompany this article. I'm not quit sure how to download photos to my tablet. I also apologize for my ignorance in not setting this thread up as John suggest. Sorry John to have donkified this. I did my best sir.