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Re: Could it be eggs in my java moss????
It certainly could be. It is quite common for young, new spawners
to produce infertile eggs for a while before everything works correctly. I
have had fish I though were a little too young to spawn do so quite often.
I think that if domesticated fish are raised on superior diets in more or
less ideal conditions, they mature earlier than normal. It is true of many
species, including Homo sapiens sapiens.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Misajegar at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 8:26 PM
Subject: Could it be eggs in my java moss????
> I have 2 pairs of young E. chaperi angona in a 5.5-gal tank with java moss
> and floating plants. Although they are probably another month or so away
> from breeding, I've been seeing some small, white "spots" in the java
> that look like fungused eggs. Could this be true????
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