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Dont have any pictures yet. But the story goes. A while back I bought some nymphs from the local aquatics. They all eventually became adults but still had no eggs from them for quite a while. 3 died seemingly of old age? But 3 remain.

Spoke to someone who suggested some tips and within a week I had eggs being laid. They also sent me some of their eggs and nymphs. I'm not sure how many eggs I now have but been waiting impatiently for around a month or so.for them to hatch.

While turning off the lights of my fish tanks and frogs I figured I'd check on the eggs. And there's a baby running around! Hope more hatch I have three fruit fly cultures with thousands of flies in not sure what to do with them!!
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Dont have any pictures yet. But the story goes. A while back I bought some nymphs from the local aquatics. They all eventually became adults but still had no eggs from them for quite a while. 3 died seemingly of old age? But 3 remain.

Spoke to someone who suggested some tips and within a week I had eggs being laid. They also sent me some of their eggs and nymphs. I'm not sure how many eggs I now have but been waiting impatiently for around a month or so.for them to hatch.

While turning off the lights of my fish tanks and frogs I figured I'd check on the eggs. And there's a baby running around! Hope more hatch I have three fruit fly cultures with thousands of flies in not sure what to do with them!!
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Old 06-04-2015, 10:57 AM
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White spot assassin bugs.
Going to separate the two that have hatched in a bit from the eggs as they're known to eat their fellow hatchies
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