Old eggs doing fine

A. cinereus (2014)All through winter, I continue to collect eggs from old boxes. Many of them have been stored at 22 degrees or at fluctuating temperatures for several years. Some contain many eggs still, many few. These few eggs are sometimes essential not to loose a line. In the picture, two eggs of A. cinereus, from a peat collected in october 2010. Picture taken today. They will be stored in a small bag during four months at 22 degrees. Then wetted 🙂

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