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Re: [Killietalk] response to R. brunneus Question
R. brunneus do very well with higher oxygen levels in their water, as do
several of the Rivulus from Panama. Aerate them as well as you can. Water
depth is not too important, I keep my breeders in a 10 gallon tank filled
with about 8 gallons of water. An optimal breeding temperature is around 78
degrees F. Most importantly, they DO NOT like dirty water, keep their tank
as clean as possible. Feed them large amounts of foods (type doesn't really
matter, I use a good flake food and bbs primarily) and breeding will pretty
much take care of itself. I use a top-to-bottom mop in my tanks and eggs
are deposited throughout the mop at all levels. A large (3"+) adult pair
can lay as many as 15 eggs per day and you will still see fry pop up in the
breeding tank. I hope this info helps.
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