frogwild said:I just got a couple of males to place with my two females and the second day I got them the female laid eggs. I'm pretty sure the male fertilized them but I can't be positive as they don't look like any other eggs that I have seen. They aren't solid dark as my other frogs eggs. Can anyone who has raised or seen Pumilio eggs lend some insight? Thanks!
I'm gonna have to go with Melissa on this one. In my experience the even some of the eggs that look gray end up being fertile. There's no way to really know unless you use a microscope. I don't advise this however. Just leave them there and give it a way days.