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Last eisentrauti clutch this season

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Posted by: John-C at Sun Sep 30 12:14:13 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by John-C ]  
   

I thought I'd add a little life to this sleeping forum.

These neonates hatched out yesterday and the last
one was out and running around by early this morning
when I checked on it. There were five eggs in this
last (triple) clutch but I assumed that the fifth/smaller
one was a dud. For some reason I didn't toss it early
on and to my surprise it is now beginning to feel soft
to the touch as the other four did just before they
hatched. So, the one smaller and slightly off colored
egg is now back in the incubator just in case.

It amazes me as to how they are already displaying
some blue spotting on their sides at this young age.
Could be it will fade only to return when older
juvies/yearlings.

John



   

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