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I agree. Strongly suspect velvet.
I have had this happen to me a number of times when hatching N. guentheri.
Hundreds of fry hatch out in a shoe box or tank and all dead with in 3-4
days. I don't recall if I used salt in the fry hatching containers back
What would a good method be for ensuring fry survival upon first hatching?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wright Huntley [SMTP:jwwiii at pacbell_net]
> Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 10:04 AM
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> Subject: Re: walkeri
> PayneDDS at aol_com wrote:
> > I dunked my first bag of peat collected from my walkeri about 3 months
> > and was pleased to see fry the next day. I added micro worms and
> > them again this morning. Not one of the fry were swimming.....alll dead.
> > yolk sacks. Water was essentially the same as they were spawned in 185
> > conductivity, pH 7.7. Peat was stored at ambient temperature, which is
> > in my fishroom
> > This is my first experience with substrate spawners. I'm puzeled at the
> > outcome. Any ideas?
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