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Re: Questions about notho breeding



Who told you about the dance?  That was supposed to be a secret!
Dr. T. showed it to me about 40 years ago at a NEKA meeting in his
basement.I think Don Mamon and Brian Nelson also saw it then.


D.B.N.B ( reply by private e-mail for translation)
Gotta go pick eggs so there will be plenty when you come visit.
as the water changes automatically.

killiman at iquest_net
317 253 2170
Al Anderson
317 253 2170
----- Original Message -----
From: "Morris, George" <gmorris at kester_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 12:56 PM
Subject: RE: Questions about notho breeding


> Who told you about the dance?  That was supposed to be a secret!
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: killiman [mailto:killiman at iquest_net]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 11:51 AM
> To: killietalk at aka_org
> Subject: Re: Questions about notho breeding
>
>
> Bob: you might purchase the chants from fish wizards {Doctor T.} that are
> suppose to give you the large hatches and even sex ratios. I think you
also
> need to smoke a pipe so you can check the peat  moisture and make it like
> fresh rum tobacco. There is also a dance that they have, they will teach
you
> via viedo.
>
>
> D.B.N.B ( reply by private e-mail for translation)
> Gotta go pick eggs so there will be plenty when you come visit.
> as the water changes automatically.
>
> killiman at iquest_net
> 317 253 2170
> Al Anderson
> 317 253 2170
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <RuevenM at aol_com>
> To: <killietalk at aka_org>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 10:11 AM
> Subject: Questions about notho breeding
>
>
> > Al,
> >
> >      Probably true, but it has never bothered me. I like the surprise
when
> I
> > wet the peat. I never know how many fry I will get. Every once in a
great
> > while I am disappointed, but usually there is more than enough fry. Now
> sex
> > ratios -- that's a bugaboo! I just breed the fish alot so I have several
> bags
> > of peat and hope for the best. For a while, I grinded the peat into
powder
> > and then siphoned it through a net and collected all the eggs that way.
It
> > worked great with toddi and occidentalis at the time and it was fun to
> watch
> > the eggs develop in-between layers of wet peat. But too much work. Now
if
> > only I had a water change system like yours -- I might actually pick
> eggs --
> > NAH!!!!
> >
> > Robert
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