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PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2005 3:59 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 My  Jewel  fish  have  spawned  and  the  wrigglers  were  out  this  morning.  They  kinda  looked  like  cream  coloured  mosquito  larvae.
 
 The  tank  is  3ft  x  1.5  ft  deep  x  1.75  ft  with  a  waterfall  filter  -  inmates  include  the  parents  and  the  newly  born.
 
 Temperature  at  28  degree  centigrade,  feeding  the  parents  powdered  dried  shrimp  
 
 The  parents  seem  to  be  busy  for  the  moment  collecting  all  their  kids  and  putting  them  all  in  a  particular  corner  of  the  tank.  The  dad  gives  some  dirty  stares  when  a  human  goes  anywhere  near  the  tank.  
 
 I  need  inputs  on  raising  the  fry  (no  BBS  please)....  I  need  alternatives.
 
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 If  you  dont  have  newly  hatched  brine  shrimps  no  probs  sid!    Fry  can  do  very  well  with  crushed  flakes.
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 Thanks  Madhu,
 
 The  wrigglers  have  been  shifted  to  another  area  by  the  parents.  Am  feeding  the  parents  the  usual  pellets  and  and  drowning  a  few  crushed  pellets  and  flakes  near  the  new  nest.
 
 What  temperature  should  I  maintain?  28DC?
 
 Shall  keep  you  posted.
 
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 Cool  Sid!    This  being  summer  you  dont  need  to  worry  more  about  temp.    Make  sure  that  it  doesn't  get  to  mid  30's!
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 how  do  I  tell  whether  i  have  male  or  female  jewels?  i  have  2  one  is  yellow  and  the  other  is  red,  yellow  being  the  biggest.  they  keep  swimming  around  each  other  but  are  not  fighting  the  other  tank  mates.
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