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Re: incubation times.
I'm sure you will get a lot of conflicting reports but last week I hatched
two bags of N. sp. Kilombero.
The "dry date" on the bags were 5/14/01 and 5/30/01. I normally run these at
about 3 months. As you can
see these times were shorter, very good hatch and very few if any
bellysliders. I have been maintaining these
fish for over five years now. I incubate at about 75-78 degrees and fairly
----- Original Message -----
From: Steve DeMarle <sdemarle at xomed_com>
To: 'killie list' <KillieTalk at AKA_Org>
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2001 3:59 PM
Subject: incubation times.
> I'm trying to reorganized my egg storage so that I drop annual eggs at the
> right time. As I'm looking through old emails, websites, etc., I'm getting
> conflicting info on the length of time to keep the eggs on peat. For
> instance I've seen a dry period for S. zonatus as 2 months or 4 months,
> T. dolichopterus as 7 months or 3.5 months. I'm hoping someone can clear
> the issue. Here are the species concerned: S. flavacaudatus, T.
> dolichopterus, S. zonatus, N.sp kilombero. Thanks for the help.
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