They're precious. Did anything different happen with them that it worked?
They weren't stuck in clusters...they were individuals though somewhat close to other eggs they weren't 'attached' with the goo that holds them together in the momma 'belly'. Also, these were more towards the outer edge of the sponge...however they weren't always like that as I occasionally moved their position on the sponge. Main thing is they were separated out.
Thank you Wicca! I'm hoping they both make it past the critical point. I always get nervous looking for them every day. Today they just happened to both be front and center. I've got a small bit of IAL leaf, moss, and alder cones in there with them. But for now they stay on the sponge. They've gotten two tiny doses of bioplus, one the day they were born and yesterday. By this weekend they should be able to eat actual baby food so I'm going to spot feed some Ebiken EI (roll it in little balls and place it near them).