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My first eggs(O.pumilio "Isla Colon")!!
#1
Just witnessed my Colons court and lay eggs. An amazing process! I count 8 eggs and hopefully all 8 will make it. I will keep everyone up to date.
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#2
Congrats Tony. I'd bet some of your other pums will be breeding soon
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#3
Hopefully. Waiting on Salt Creeks and Vanzos now. Here are the eggs on day 3. What do you guys think?
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#4
Well we are seeing tadpoles forming on day 6! Looks like they removed one egg. I am assumkng they knew it was a bad egg. Looks like everything is going smoothly so far.
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#5
Well all the tads have been transferred. I am not sure where to but they are no longer where they were laid. I wasn't able to catch them transferring them. Guess I have to wait til I see some froglets popping out.
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#6
awesome Tony. How many broms do you have in there ?
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#7
I have 5 broms. Also have cans but they didn't get moved to those. How long does it normally take for them to morphology out?

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#8
pums use broms before film cans, I always find. Hard to say when you will see froglets - month plus...
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