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Re: Hatching Eggs
Dale Medina wrote:
> I have a 10 g. aquarium split into two by an aquarium
> divider. On the other is a pair of Fp. akure and on
> the other is a pair of aplocheilus dayi. Today I just
> saw a small fry floating at the top level of the water
> on the fp. akure side. Looks like a male ap. dayi. My
> plan is just let the eggs hatch by themselves in the
> aquarium and hopefully the parents will not eat the
> little fellows. It is a very heavily planted tank so I
> guess the frys have a lot of hiding places.
> Anyways my question is, does eggs that you let hatch
> in the tank take longer to hatch than the
> "traditional" way of drying the eggs first and then
> putting them on water?
Nope, they usually hatch a week or more earlier.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntley1 at home_com
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