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Re: Fundulopanchax deltaense
As Ruth Says a 2.5 gallon tank will work great to breed them in. Cover the
bottom with 3/4 inch of peat and a couple of bottom mops. Condition the male
and female separately and add them to the tank for a couple of hours
watching them to make sure that they get along. Remove them back to their
conditioning tank after a day. Take the peat and mops out and check them for
eggs if you find eggs in the mop pick them and put them in the peat. Dry the
peat and store the eggs for 7 weeks at 70 degrees.
To maintain the fish I would keep them in 15 gallon or larger tanks. They
love red worms.
killiman at iquest_net
breed your fish today because man's
breeding is killing the wild supply.
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