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Re: [Killietalk] Blue Gularis
They are both.
In previous years I have had my best results with 4 to 8 month old breeders
and mops. Pick the eggs and put them in tank water 3/8ths to 1/2 inch deep
with metelene blue. The eggs that turn solid blue or white should be removed
on a daily basis if the eggs turn white you are not using enough blue. I
prefer to use the Kordon Brand because it works the best for me and they
have supported the AKA for a number of years.
With my water I add at least 1 1/2 table spoons of rock salt per five
gallons of water. The containers with the eggs are kept in the dark at a
temperature of 80 degrees. Most of the eggs will be ready to hatch in 2 - 4
weeks most of them at 17 days.
When the fry hatch they are ready to eat baby brine shrimp. Increase the
size of the foods as they grow the more chopped worms the faster the grow.
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