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Re: KillieTalk Digest V2 #101
In a message dated 98-03-21 15:31:00 EST, you write:
I've talked to a few other contacts in the hobby and they've suggested Fp.
gardneri Misaje as well as Fp. amieti as possible choices with shorter
incubation periods. I was hoping someone could make other suggestions or
confirm that the above species have a propensity for sex ratio skewing. The
only limitation is that the time frame should be under two months. Of
course the more hardy the fish the better too.
I would of course appreciate any help from people who might be able to sell
or donate appropriate fish for the studies.
Just as a side note, I'm trying to get long term interest at this school
for sitting up a permanent breeding program for a few fish so wish me luck.
Hello, how about F. Theirryi. They have a 6 week inc in peat and are breeding
like rabbits. I have plenty of peat with eggs or young pairs and would be
willing to donate to your cause. Or you might try Fp. Walkeri orange these
fish also breed like rabbits but they only have a 3 week inc. in peat, and
they get 3 or 4 times bigger than Theirryi, unfortunately I do not have any
Walkeri to offer. Good luck on the permanant breeding program, David Hundley
p.s. eggs would ship better this time of year.