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Re: Ap. Lineatus Gold Fry Problem
- To: <KillieTalk at aka_org>
- Subject: Re: Ap. Lineatus Gold Fry Problem
- From: "L. Bunk" <bunk at staff_uiuc.edu>
- Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 14:52:43 -0500
- Importance: Normal
- In-Reply-To: <199806261928.PAA01621 at acme_actwin.com>
Thanks, so far, to those who have addressed this. I'm going to try the java
moss in the rearing tanks, I think. (If I can find java moss in Central
Illinois...I think I've found the one place on the planet that it's in short
supply.) The fry I've had 'hatch wild' in other breeding tanks have done
better, and they had light planting (if you consider algae a plant, in some
Regarding microworms. Lots of folks mention these. There's no chance that
they'll harm newly hatched fry? If not, I may try supplementing the fry
feed supply with these as well, to draw them away from the temptation of
eating their brethren.
I'll give the Novaqua a try as well. I've had mixed results with Amquel in
most situations, so it's worth trying something else.
Any suggestions on fungus treatments other than acriflavine? Anyone use
methylene blue and have good results?