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Re: Water Incubation of annual killifish eggs
cgraseck at ludl_com wrote:
> Wasn't there an article about incubating annual eggs wet and at high
> temperatures in JAKA about three issues back. This supposedly decreased
> incubation time drastically.
> -Chris Graseck-
yes, High temps and WET peat cut down on the incubation times according
to the article. Jim Robinson had a list of annual fish incubation times
at various temps and I believe Al Anderson (hope I'm remembering right)
even put something similiar on listh this spring or summer.. Might make
sense to try the eggs in water at high temp. A nice feature of the
annuals is that they hatch at the same time when peat in put in water,
this would probably not be the case with water incubation. Might also
work better with those with shorter incubation times.
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