Blood ring or chorioallantoic membrane?

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by TotallyShellyTurtle, May 16, 2018.

  1. TotallyShellyTurtle

    TotallyShellyTurtle Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Yep. I am back again. Lol! Newbie to incubating, so... everything makes me anxious!


    I candled an egg I wasn't sure about, and I am seeing this. Blood ring or chorioallantoic membrane?
     
  2. TotallyShellyTurtle

    TotallyShellyTurtle Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Another view.
     
  3. Rose Quartz

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    unless you can see well defined blood veins that would be a blood ring.

    looks to me like it's stopped growing.
     
  4. TotallyShellyTurtle

    TotallyShellyTurtle Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Strangely, I have two eggs that now look this way, and they both having moving chicks inside. I am confused...
     
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  5. Rose Quartz

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    if you can see movement leave them in the incubator. I likely can't see everything you can.
     
  6. TotallyShellyTurtle

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  8. TotallyShellyTurtle

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    Ah, yes happy chickie in there. I couldn't see the blood veins in the pictures but I can in the video, are you around day 10?
     
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  10. TotallyShellyTurtle

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    Day 8.
     
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