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Re: Striatum egg incubation period?
In my experience, keep it fairly dark. Gently pour off the water every
couple of days and replace with aged tap water of the same temperature (I
use room temperature for everything). Hatching times vary, but 14-21 days
seems to be about average for Aphyosemions. Good luck! - donna
----- Original Message -----
From: Jon Aquì <ohimo at hotmail_com>
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Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 1:58 PM
Subject: Striatum egg incubation period?
> I found one striatum egg a few days ago and have moved it to a separate
> container. It's in the shade, presumably to reduce the risk of fungal
> growth. The egg has already "eyed up" and I'm just wondering how long
> take to hatch and if there's anything special I should do w/ it so it WILL
> hatch. Thanks in advance.
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