These guys hatched in October 2012 and most of them are changing into first true leaves these days. Yep, they're that slow. They share one 5cm pot as a space saving measure. To the right you see bromfieldii v. glaudinae 'Rubroroseus' C393A - amazing germination and first year survival rate of 25 out of 27! I doubt they're Rubroroseus (those show much more magenta) but several seedlings have very attractive orange/red color and lovely markings so that's okay. The greenies are aucampiae ssp. euniceae 'Bellaketty' (4 plants out of 5 seeds). The one in the middle has its second real leaves while the other still have their first. Very promising!
PS: I can't take a proper photo of the other October seedlings, aucampiae 'White Flower' C2A from own seeds. They look just like the pumice stones, perfectly camouflaged. Will have to wait until they're a little bigger.