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Eggs turning pink?

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#1 Offline Koreant - Posted May 2 2020 - 12:04 AM

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My Ectomomyrmex javanus's eggs started turning into this weird shade of pink. I posted this pic on antkeeping reddit and the responses were that they might be infected with parasites or a virus. of course, there are more professionals here than there. Are these found in other ants as well or is it completely new to the antkeeping world?

 

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#2 Offline FSTP - Posted May 2 2020 - 12:28 AM

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could be some type of cyanobacteria infection.







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