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Old 01-10-2017, 11:45 PM
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So my orange sirensis finally laid there first egg clutch my question is I removed them from the tank and in the process the eggs positions aren't the same which way should be facing up not sure if the eggs are good but none the less if they are I'd like em too survive Thxs I think I'm on day 5 since laid and I don't see much development yet
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I'm not absolutely sure about this but I do remember reading that egg orientation it is important in the care sheets.

Antecedently, of my last clutch of imitator eggs which ended up flipped around when I removed them only 1 of the 3 developed. This is is pretty abnormal for them they have always laid good eggs.
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Some pics quality sucks all I have for now but one on top looks bad and I'm not sure about other one
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So I found another egg I thought I saw movement in the egg is there usually any around day 2 of egg being laid?
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Depending on the stage of the egg, turning or disorienting can easily disrupt development. To answer your other question, there would be no motility to the nucleus two days after fertilization.
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Thxs for answering I wasn't sure probably some micro fauna walking around made me see.
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