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Photographing cuttlefish eggs

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#1 alcina



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Posted 05 October 2017 - 08:29 PM

I'd like some real information on doing this.  I know that they can be forced to hatch by using lights and I know that people have taken hatching shots set up like this.  This seems like not a great practice to me.  Thoughts?


And how about taking shots of them in the eggs but then flipping the coconut or shell or whatever back over to let them go on in peace & relative safety.  Harmful?  No biggie?

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