Amazon Milk Frog (Odd Spawn Colouration?)
Long story short, after a successful breeding attempt my female Amazon Milk Frog laid a nice spawn.
But i am concerned as to the colouration of such spawn.
They have seemed to dull down in colour and i am speculating that this first batch is not going to make it.
Is there only a possibility she will lay again or whats the chances?
Just some insight too but i used the correct water with no chemicals, and also aerated the water with a small air stone that was set to a low setting as to not agitate the water too much.
A good friend of mine is helping me through the stages of this as he has successfully bred the species before, but would like to hear more on the matter and other peoples experiences if possible.
Let me know your thoughts.
Apologies about the dodgy photos.
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