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I think fulminantis eggs have a shorter incubation than magnificus.
Magnificus seems to be all over the map -- a few weeks for some, and up to 9
months storage for others. I believe they like it warm -- like around 80F for
storage. As far as I know fulminantis storage is around 3 months at 75F.
Maybe some of the guys who have bred these fish can chime in or go to the
cynolebias group on Yahoo which is devoted to South American Annuals. Use
South American Annuals as a keyword search for the site.
I never look for eggs in peat. I just collect and store at recommended
times and temps. I like the mystery. If you want to look for eggs, put the
peat in a large clear glass pyrex baking tray and put some water in it. Put
this over a light source and then spread the peat out into a fine layer. Move
it around and you may see some eggs.
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