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Nonn Panitvong wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have 3 eggs of A. aff Primigenium GBN 88/10 which I harvested on Sept 10.
> The embryos are all well developed. How long does it normally take for PRI
> eggs to hatch? I guess, I can expect them any minutes now? The water in my
> tank is around 75f, and it should be a little lower in the little container.
> What should be their first food? Paramesium and then venegar eels? How do
> you harvest you eels?
> They will be my 1st, 2nd and 3rd killifish fly. I'm very excited.
Unless the eggs are extra small because the parents are young, I think they
will take bbs right from the first day. Get 'em hatching! I still use green
water, and add a sprig of Java moss to the hatching container with one drop
of Liquifry #1 to encourage infusoria growth. The vinegar eels are also
great supplements for early feeding.
The sprig of Java moss also keeps the water crystal clear. Apparently it has
rotifers and other filter feeders. They seem to deplete the usual cloud of
bacteria that forms in hatching trays. For that reason, I add it to the
hatch water early in the cycle, as soon as the first water change, usually.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
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don't let politicians fix it. ... Thomas Sowell
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- From: "Tim Addis" <timaddis at killifish_force9.co.uk>
- From: "Nonn Panitvong" <npanitvong at hotmail_com>