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Re: Epi grahami?
Those are the ones. However, it may be that they aren't laying in the
mops, so I'm not seeing them. I only feed them once a day mostly, though,
so that might be it too. II'll give them some java moss and see where is
goes from there. The male isn't anywhere close to 3" yet, more like 2. By
the way, I'm very enamored of these guys. Thanks!
> Gee Doug, those are my fish in question right? I haven't been able
>to stop my grahami from producing eggs. My fish room is pretty full, and I
>have been ill lately, so I had cut down to one feeding a day to slow egg
>production for most of my fish. But my grahami still produced eggs. They
>never seem to eat them either, so I am reluctant to suggest predation as the
>problem. Yours have a better diet than mine. I usually feed frozen brine
>twice a day with maybe a bit of bbs once or twice a week. Maybe they are
>just still a bit too young. How big is your male? I find mine breed well
>when they reach close to three inches. The only real difference is mine
>have a high tds and a temperature about 70-72F.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Doug Karpa-Wilson" <dkarpawi at indiana_edu>
>To: <killietalk at aka_org>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 12:12 AM
>Subject: Epi grahami?
>> I'm wondering I have a pair of Epi grahami in a 3 G tank with a hefty
>> to bottom mop, complete with a solid duckweed/frogbit conver, around 75 F
>> in soft acid water. Mealtimes bring grindals, frozen brine shrimp, frozen
>> blood worms, occasionally kitten chow fed white worms. The female is
>> hanging in the mop a fair bit, but so far not a sinlge egg. Any thoughts?
>> of just keep with it.
>> Doug Karpa-Wilson
>> 1821 S. Maxwell St.
>> Bloomington, IN 47401
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