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[Killietalk] Nothobranchius korthause incubation times
Hello out there in Killieland. I am working with Nothobranchius korthause
red and I have been reading allot of information regarding their incubation
times. I have read that they do not need a long incubation and can even be
water incubated? I have read that they can go anywhere form 2 weeks to 5
months. Allot of differing opinions it seems on this fish.
Most Nothos melt away in my water but these guys seem to prefer soft acidic
water from what I have read so I thought I would give them a try. Any advice
on their incubation times and any general advice would be greatly
appreciated. I have started collecting eggs from their peat bowl so I
wanted to get ready. Has anyone water incubated their eggs successfully?
Expert Killer of Nothos :)
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