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I'm trying to reorganized my egg storage so that I drop annual eggs at the
right time. As I'm looking through old emails, websites, etc., I'm getting
conflicting info on the length of time to keep the eggs on peat. For
instance I've seen a dry period for S. zonatus as 2 months or 4 months, for
T. dolichopterus as 7 months or 3.5 months. I'm hoping someone can clear up
the issue. Here are the species concerned: S. flavacaudatus, T.
dolichopterus, S. zonatus, N.sp kilombero. Thanks for the help.
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