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Re: [Killietalk] Rubroreticulatus
The eggs that I obtained from wild fish, spawned during the trip, hatched in
about 4-5 months. I forget exactly. However, keep in mind that for the first
3 weeks after spwning the eggs were kept in my luggage in a very hot
LandCruiser. That may have been a factor.
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> From: killietalk-bounces at aka_org [mailto:killietalk-bounces at aka_org]On
> Behalf Of Keith Cook
> Sent: December 12, 2007 1:47 PM
> To: 'killifish discussion list'
> Subject: [Killietalk] Rubroreticulatus
> Brian Watters said he hatched eggs at 1 year, but implied that they could
> have hatched sooner. At how many months do you think they'd be
> ready under
> "normal" conditions?
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