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Re Scr. Cauvetti Question
My experience has been just about the same except I do better with a
little warmer water, around 75. When I have collected eggs I generally
found more in the bottom mops rather than the top... LOTS of live food
seems to be imperative. An adult pair can be pretty impressive if you can
get them out in the open...
At 03:28 PM 2/14/02 -0500, you wrote:
>Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 11:37:16 -0500
>From: "Gary Bartell" <garybartell at sprintmail_com>
>Subject: RE: Scr. cauvetti Question
> Hi All,
> I have had cauveti for the last three years and I find it to be the
>easiest killie ever. Put them in a 5 gallon tank bare with lots of mops top
>and bottom, water cool 68-72, ph 6.5 or lower, feed lots of live food and in
>a few weeks you have lots of fry swimming around in with the parents. You
>can then tale the fry out or leave them in but if you have fry in the tank
>you will not get much more in the way of new fry. Seems the bigger fry eat
>the younger fry. They are a shy fish and will hide most of the time.
> Hope this helps someone.
>Gary L. Bartell
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