So, other than this photo, it sounds like no one is aware of any
documentation of "hanging" eggs in Leptolucania. Thanks, Jan, for the
citation on Lucania goodei. Let us know if anyone comes across an account
of Leptolucania ommata having hanging eggs or filaments. Meanwhile, fish
keepers keep your eyes open and take notes!
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