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Old 15-07-09, 13:17
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Nothing till the egg sack has been absorbed. i used fine cyclops and hikari first bites for my little ones.
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Old 15-07-09, 18:02
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Microworms is good for the first couple of days when you start feeding the fry, then newly hatched brine shrimp after that.
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wont need food for a few days as have egg sack.
they like the fine ground baby food you can buy , artemis eggs (those with shells off) , crushed flakes, microworms as well as grazing off mature tank sand and gravel and plants and things for infusoria etc. I always have a few golden apple snails as these are supposed to produce infusoria too.
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The ones I put in the trap hatched but didnt last a day. The ones on the mop in there own tank have hatched and seemed to be doing well

Interesting that now the adults are in there own tank which has lower temp they seem to spawn constantly.

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Old 19-07-09, 17:09
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good, well done, it can be quite hard to get the fry to survive.
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Out of about 3 spawns with C121's the only succesful one i had was when i transfered them into a plastic dish with meth blue.
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Well most in the tank on there own are doing well and I can even see some in the tank with the adults. Spawning mops are the way to go lol

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It's great that they are doing well

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Old 29-07-09, 21:07
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Well most in the tank on there own are doing well and I can even see some in the tank with the adults. Spawning mops are the way to go lol

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I have just ordered some myself!
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I have just ordered some myself!
You ordered them?????. You can make 50 out of a pounds worth of wool.

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