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Re: [Killietalk] Shipping eggs
In my previous message I wrote:
> Annual eggs
> in Diapauses I and II are most resistent to environmental stress. At the
> pre-hatching stage (Diapause III), when they are "eyed up" they are most
> sensitive to environmental stress so sudden changes in
> temperature, extremes in temperature, changes in pressure, etc., will
quite easily cause them to
> hatch .............
I meant to specifically include changes in oxygen content to that list of
factors that can promote hatching. As many will know reducing the oxygen
level is a common factor in force-hatching, intentional or otherwise.
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