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Egg Handling


Roachman26
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I know this will be obvious to most of you, but its all new to me. With bird eggs you are supposed to turn them ever so often. With reptile eggs, its imperative that you don't turn them at all, ever. With shark eggs a fair amount of movement is okay, but not too much early on. So... what about roach ooths? I just found my first three lateralis ooths AFTER I moved them around with some left over food that I was cleaning up. Does it hurt them if you move or turn them? Sorry for being behind the curve here, but this is my first egg-laying species.

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