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Sorry to hear about your fish. Killies are champion jumpers! One thing
that makes them less jumpy is to have floating plants in the tank. Even
then, keep the cover on.
I'm assuming that your golden killies are Aplocheilus lineatus. The eggs
will water incubate just fine, and the fry can eat baby brine shrimp at
hatch. You can either leave the eggs in the tank (if there are no other
fish or snails in it), or put them in a container of water (use some
from the tank). Incubation takes 10-14 days, depending on temperature.
BTW, where are you? There may be local killienuts that can help you out.
in dry central Ohio
KI>I desperately need help. Last night my two golden killies jumped out of
KI>their tank somehow. We were cleaning out the tank today and found some eggs.
KI>I am very new to killi keeping and need help with the eggs. I have some peat
KI>moss but don't know the first thing about how to hatch the eggs. Could
KI>someone please, please help me?
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