[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Floating plants and fish eggs (was Re: High light and killies (was Re: CO2 use)
> I don't know frog bit, but if it's at all like Salvinia or Lemna it grows
> quite fast, in which case you can remove the plants and eggs and all to a
> new tank and wait to see how comes out. This is what I used to do for my
> dwarf gouramis since the fry love to hang out among the roots, so scooping
> them out with a mug would get most of them. Worth a shot, anyway.
Not a bad idea, I just need more tank room now. I usually raise the
newly hatched fry in small containers. frog bit is to big for that. Frog
bit is made up of a cluster of leaves all meeting in the center. There
are often 3-10 leaves. The size of the leaves ranges from dime -nickel
as a normal size but can get as big as a quarter. This spring I will
have so much of this stuff that I will compost about a gallon bucket
every 2-4 weeks. If any one wants some then, let me know.
If your willing to see a little bit of advertisement.
You can make money off the web! GO TO:
See http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html to unsubscribe