RED WORM EGGS/COCOONS

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When you’re poking through your worm bin keep a sharp eye out for eggs.  They’re quite tiny and have a distinctive dun yellow colour.  You can tell the maturity of the eggs by their colour, after the babies have pushed out, the eggs will turn light brown and eventually dark brown.  You only need to save the yellow ones, just put them back in the bin and they’ll keep on developing.

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