Newly hatched axolotl larvae can vary in size from 10-13 mm (roughly 0.5 inch). 0:00. i had over 150 axolotl gold hatchings and i never knew the eggs were there so no time to get prepared.. the babies hatched 6 days ago and i have feed them nothing and 90% of them have starved to death as im trying to work out a way of feeding them. The red line below each animal represents roughly 2 mm. I had one ripped out while it was still white, and only just resembling an axolotl, couldn’t even sit upright, just lay on it’s side, and it survived. Normal eggs are dark brown (there is a picture of two at the top of this page). Play. 96% Upvoted. As soon as possible after hatching, you should transfer the hatchlings to a new, clean tank. Even in the wild the parents don't play any further role in the lives of the babies after the eggs are hatched. There is still 11 unhatched (had "twins" in one egg lol). The eggs will require constant aeration which can easily be achieved with a small air-stone. Posted by 11 days ago. Hi All, I have some axie eggs at the moment, about 8 days old now, one has started twitching now and again. The first 3 hatched on 11/18 and had 2 hatch the next day and 3 the following day and then 4 on 11/21. Note the lack of pigment - this indicates that the mother was albino. Caudata.org - Members try to help another find an immediate food source for hatching axolotl when a batch of brine shrimp fail to hatch. Once your axolotl has finished laying the eggs you should remove them to a separate container where the eggs can hatch. This page presents a daily photographic log of the development of the eggs laid by a female melanoid albino (fathered by a golden albino which carried the melanoid gene), from the day of laying to the day of hatching. Until this is used up they will be motionless and won't require food. The best thing to do should your axolotl have babies is to remove the eggs from the tank or the axolotls as the parents will eat them almost immediately. Anyway, I have always taken the eggs that I've decided to raise and placed them in a separate tank with some of the water from the parents tank (because it's already treated, at the same temp, etc) and a tiny bubbler. Is there any other advice people have for hatching axies? 17 comments. The diagram on the right is a summary of the development of the Axolotl, from egg to adult. The egg (stage 1) is typically amphibian.
There is still 11 unhatched (had "twins" in one egg lol).
I got 25 eggs and had 13 hatch. Is there any other advice people have for hatching axies? I also siphon out the old egg cases, just be careful not to suck up other eggs, as this can often rip the embryo out.