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> Wait a minute. It takes 2 weeks for N. guentheri eggs to incubate? In
The proviso on the water incubated Notho eggs is that they should be kept at
80 to 82 degrees.
Wayyyy back in the 85 National one of the LIKA members - Jerry Shapiro? Ken
Lazara? made a presentation on them suggesting that quite a number could be
kept at that temperature thus keeping the eggs from going into their various
diapauses (resting stages).
A discus enthusiast in our local club kept N.rachovii eggs incubating in
containers on top of his discus tanks. While they weren't in direct bright
light, I was surprised by how well they made it.
Some Notho people prefer not to do that, either because of the feeling that
the fry aren't quite as strong, because getting the eggs out can be a hassle
(medium depending) or because the schedule is inconvenient for them.
All the best!
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