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Re: Light Cycle Experiments?
Perhaps you should try 3 or 4 hours a day and see what happens. Perhaps
you should try it on SA annuals. Perhaps you should read what I wrote.
Perhaps you should contact Fred like I suggested. He is an extremely
experienced killibreeder and very systematic in his approach. His fish are
as well fed and kept as clean as anyones. As I said, it was his only
explantion at the time. Perhaps he has come up with a different explanation
----- Original Message -----
From: <Paul.Jablinski at notes_udayton.edu>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 12:38 PM
Subject: Re: Light Cycle Experiments?
> My lights are on 16 hours a day. My fish still spawn well for me. I
> more than enough eggs. In fact, I picked 60 eggs in one day from my
> australe orange. I stopped picking eggs for myself. I have close to 200
> fry of this species at present. I do not think that lights that are on
> a long period of time has much to do with fish spawning. I think rather
> is the kind of food that they get and a cleaning of their tanks on a
> regular bases that makes the fish spawn a lot.
> Bro. Paul
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