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Re: Egg Incubation Problems!!!!
I used to have the same problem with my gar eggs when I was incubating
with acroflavin. My gold gar would develop and eye up nicely, but then
would simply never hatch. Yes, I tried the carbon dioxide method and
microworm force hatching method but it simply did nothing to solve the
I knew the fish were capable of producing fertile eggs because if I
didn't collect eggs for a couple weeks period I'd have fry in the parents
tank. So I decided to water incubate in the absence of acriflavin. I lose
a few eggs now due to fungus, but I generally police my hatching
containers so it is not too bad. Now I collect eggs into freezer
containers under an inch to 2 inch of water and check them every other
day for fungus. If any turn white I pipet them out and normally they
hatch without incident now.