10-17-2007, 09:29 PM
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You can try splashing some tank water on them to soften, then wiggle and splash some more. This usually works. A credit card will work also but you will damage many eggs that way. Don't worry when if it pops off and lands in the water, just pay attention so you can take it out right away.
You might also want to leave a clutch in place to see if it will hatch. Every single clutch I've left alone has hatched. The only downfall is that you won't get to see the babies right away. It's time-consuming but easy enough to transfer them to a breeder net once you see them climbing the walls.