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Please Can You Tell Me The Difference


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Guest alison6767

between clear eggs, yellowy eggs and white ones

now i think i know the white ones are no good and the clear ones are but what about the others :yeah:

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Guest Lizzy

White ones, or opaque as some call it, are infertile ones.

They often will have fungus growing on them within a day or two.

Clear eggs with a yellowish tint and a black dot inside, are fertilized eggs.

Be careful they dont get fungus on them from the infertilized ones.

After a few days you can see the little fry wrapped up in its egg, sometimes turning around etc - I love that sight!

Good luck with them :)

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Guest alison6767

so am i right in thinking its just the white eggs we discard <_< and the ones with white and fungi growing on them

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Guest Lizzy

Yes.

Or the other way around - only keep the clear (usually amber-coloured) eggs without any signs of fungus.

I believe some people add methylene blue to avoid fungus from spreading but I dont have any personal experience with that so I wouldnt be the one to advice you on that :)

Hope they do well!

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