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Re: killi eggs(more q)
As far as I am concerned, the difference is how much time and
fussing you as the breeder have to put in. I store damp mops in ziplock
bags and have no problem hatching baby fish. I simply ignore the eggs that
fungus up. I have never known them to affect any healthy eggs at all.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dale Medina" <dale_a320 at yahoo_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 3:03 PM
Subject: killi eggs(more q)
> i forgot to ask..
> what is the advantage of putting eggs in peat between
> simply drying up the mop and leaving the eggs there
> then put in a plastic bag?
> (i.e. aphoysemion eggs which can be put in water and
> does eggs in peat have a low rate of fungus
> contamination? does eggs in water have a high chance
> of getting fungused? or is it just a matter of eggs
> being fertile and the incubation method just doesnt
> (i.e. eggs would get fungused when its not fertile
> regardless of whether its on peat or in water)
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