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Old 07-04-2004, 06:36 PM   #1
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very doubtful but i think my SAE mighta layed eggs

i dunno. it looks like sand to me. it was on the lettuce that the SAE has been on all day. i put some sand on it and to see is it looked the same but my bro said it looks like eggs. because i dunno how the sand got up there since its pretty high in the tank. dunno what i should do...
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Just watch it. Sand has a funny way of getting all over things. Is this the brichardi tank?
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kinda funny but the SAE's ate the lettuce and the eggs/sand went into the bottom sand. so it looks like either their gone or their still there. but im pretty sure their not eggs
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Man that would have been too cool if they had been eggs. From my research, almost everything I have read has said SAE's have not been bred in captivity. I have two myself and wouldn't it be neat to see SAE babies!

*crosses fingers & grins*

I hope you see SAE babies in your tank. Be sure to post pics if you do. Speaking of that I have a new digital camera and I need to work on my gallery.....*runs for the camera*
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lol. if they were eggs the SAE's ate the lettuce it was on and that was on a clip. so the "eggs" fell. the snails been doing their rounds and they probally already ate thyem
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