The options available. 1. Things You Need to Consider. Not all clutches have to be handled the same way. You may only . want to record . hatched eggs and don’t care about capturing information on deaths or infertile eggs.
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Hatching a Group of Eggs
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The options available 1 Things You Need to Consider Not all clutches have to be handled the same way You may only want to record hatched eggs and dont care about capturing information on deaths or infertile eggs ID: 688189 Download Presentation
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