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Re: Breading Ep. Annulatis
Easiest way is to heavilly plant a small tank 1-2 gal in size, depending
on how many fish.This works well for a pair or trio. Don't fill container
up all the way with water. Keep it shallow, about 4 inches deep. Java moss,
java fern, and anubias are great plants. Some top plants add extra coverage.
Feed spirulina powder or any other type of flake food that comes in a powder.
I have noticed the fry do very well when kept in heavilly planted tanks.
There are small micro-organisms that live in and feed off of the java moss.
These micro-organisms can be eaten by the fry. They don't need a lot of
light either. No salt whatsoever. There is talk about pH and sex ratio's
but I am not too familiar with that one. If you are going to use vinegar
eels make sure you do a small water change every other day. Since the eels
are breed/raised in vinegar there tends to be problems with change in pH.
This can be very bad for fry.
I hope this info can be of some help. If your hatch rate turns out real
good maybe we can trade a pair or two so that we can get a new gene pool.
paul lancaster wrote:
I have never breed fish in peat before......Yesterday I bought
Ep. Annulatis and I need inforformation on how to breed this Fish.....
. What kind of temperature's do thay like?
. What PH levels do I need?
. How much peat do I use for the fish to breed in?
. What is the incubation time?
any information or help that can be given will certainly
Paul A Lancaster
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