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Re: [Killietalk] Inspecting killifish eggs in peat
I agree. Even the Notho.Janpapi is easier to find despite its size.
(About the same size as those of clown killi.). I remember someone
mention before that SAA's has fine spike on the surface and peat will
get stick on to it easily.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 2:03 PM, Joseph S. <nonamethefish at gmail_com> wrote:
> I found Notho eggs very easy to find, but I recall a bag of
> nigripinnis which I sifted thoroughly and could not find anything that
> looked like an egg...except maybe one thing that could have been a
> peat covered egg. Anyway, put them in the water, and out pop 40+ fry
> and it produced almost as many on the rewets.
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