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Re: FP Gardneri Akure Eggs
Ok...so do I just put the eggs on top of the damp peat
or do I have to bury them inside which would make them
invisible if you dont mix up the peat?
will the eggs be in danger if I rewet the peat too
--- Ken Simolo <Simolo at chem_chem.rochester.edu> wrote:
> Almost all of the common Aphyosemion and FP gardneri
> species in
> general and FP gardneri Akure's in particular that I
> keep hatch in 12
> - 14 days. I store them on top of damp peat in a
> small container
> which is kept in my fish room on top of one of my
> aquariums where the
> temperature is ~74 -76. After 12 - 14 days, I put
> the eggs in water
> and they typically hatch within a couple of hours.
> If I wait 3 - 4
> weeks, they are all dead. I am really surprised at
> the long
> incubation times that people are referring to. Why
> are their time
> frames so much longer (or mine so short)? It sounds
> like the
> temperatures are similar.
> See http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html to
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