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Re: Aphyosemion Australe Orange
I've pair of 1 inch Ap. australe Chocolate in a 5gal natural
(semi-neglected) with water between 28-30ºC (approx 84-86ºF) giving 20+
A few questions about your preferences;
Do you incubate the entire egg-laden mop in a ziploc baggie?
OR pick the individual eggs out and if so, on what media?
OR would you rather just transfer the mop into a hatching tank &
Which method would have the best hatch rate and least time consuming?
> Date: Sun, 9 Feb 2003 15:07:42 -0500
> From: "Bill Shenefelt" <william.shenefelt at verizon_net>
> Subject: Re: Aphyosemion Australe Orange
> Remove 1 male and 2 females. Warm the tank to 78. Remove the java moss.
> Then wait a week and look in the mops.
> The "extra" fish are most likely eating any eggs they may be laying at 72.
> Aus like it warmer(at least In Pittsburgh.)I resent the message I sent last
> Bill Shenefelt
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