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Re: [Killietalk] Killietalk Digest, Vol 36, Issue 4
Two points in response:
I've seen the analysis - I'll stick with Cyclopeeze over decapsulating eggs
I though killies were hard to get accepting dry foods. I put some
half-grown A. striatum and E. chaperi with my logsuckers because I didn't have any
other place at the time. I was going to feed them separately, but they dove
right in and grabbed the spirulina flake food as soon as I fed the catfish, so I
didn't bother. That was a month ago, and they're growing fine.
Date: Sat, 1 Jul 2006 21:14:47 +0100
From: "Tim Addis" <timaddis at killifish_force9.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Egg Decapsulation
To: "killifish discussion list" _killietalk at aka_org_
(mailto:killietalk at aka_org)
#2 De-capsulated non hatching eggs float for ages making them great food for
top feeders such as Aphyosemion, Epiplatys etc. This is a bit more tricky to
do. I have to take my hat off to the Russians who have a great product.
Killies are one of the worst category of fish to feed dried foods. Young
fish easily adapt to new feedstuffs but broodstock or wild fish can be a
problem in introducing a new feed to.
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