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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by wildlifebygabri, Apr 21, 2017.
If the egg dies in the process of incubation will you still see the veins even if its dead?
The veins recede creating a blood ring.
In early quitters you will usually see a blood ring or partial blood ring, in later quitters often you'll see a black blob floating in a fuzzy clear egg. In late quitters it's harder to tell. Areas where you could previously still see veining will become blurry clear, no movement, just basically a dead look.
If there are still veins, there is still hope, for the most part.