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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 9:15 pm Post subject: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 Hi,My  Red  Jewels  layed  eggs  and  eated  them  in  just  18  hours  after  spawning  Sad  ,dont  know  why.I  have  a  pair  of  Blue  Jewels  with  these  Red  jewels  and  one  pair  of  Tiger  Barb  andon  sucker  cat  in  36X12X18  tank.PLZ  guide  me  what  to  do  when  they  lay  eggs  next  time,should  I  remove  the  remaining  fishes  when  they  lay  eggs  next  time?  PLZ  guide.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 9:36 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 i  think  the  suckers  ate  them  and  not  the  jewels,
 jewels  are  good  parents.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 9:43 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

                                                   
icecube  wrote  (View  Post):                
i  think  the  suckers  ate  them  and  not  the  jewels,
 jewels  are  good  parents.                

 Then  removing  Sucker  will  do?  can  I  keep  remaining  fishes?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 11:53 am Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 Irock
 
 It  is  best  to  remove  the  pair  to  a  separate  tank  ,my  flame  jewel  breed  in  a  1x1x1  tank.  They  can  eat  the  egg  if  its  a  new  or  young  pair.
 See  when  the  pair  start  to  show  sign  of  breeding  like  color,body  shake  ,sight  cleaning,  just  remove  the  pair  to  other  tank.  
 
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 12:32 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

                                                   
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Irock
 
 It  is  best  to  remove  the  pair  to  a  separate  tank  ,my  flame  jewel  breed  in  a  1x1x1  tank.  They  can  eat  the  egg  if  its  a  new  or  young  pair.
 See  when  the  pair  start  to  show  sign  of  breeding  like  color,body  shake  ,sight  cleaning,  just  remove  the  pair  to  other  tank.  
 
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 jewels  are  no  small  fishes,  atleast  a  2x1x1  tank  should  be  provided.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 12:38 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 Dear  I  Rock
 I  think  its  better  to  isolate  the  pair
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2008 6:29 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 Thanks  all  of  u  guys  for  u  r  replies,I  brought  them  just  8  days  back  b4  they  breed  in  my  tank   Very Happy  .When  I  was  googling,in  one  site  I  found  an  article  saying  that  we  need  to  keep  atleast  one  fish  with  Jewel  parents  to  prevent  the  eggs  from  being  eaten  by  their  parents  itself,all  the  time  they  will  try  to  defend  their  eggs  from  other  fish.Next  time,when  they  start  breeding,what  should  I  do?  should  I  remove  all  other  fishes?
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:46 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 I  dont  think  Jewel  will  let  the  sucker  eat  the  eggs.  They  will  aggressively  guard  the  nesting  site.  However,  jewlels  might  eat  their  own  eggs  the  first  time.  Who  runs  the  tank  ?  the  breeding  jewel  ??  Just  make  sure  that  the  breeding  jewels  run  the  tank....
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:18 pm Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  dont  think  Jewel  will  let  the  sucker  eat  the  eggs.  They  will  aggressively  guard  the  nesting  site.  However,  jewlels  might  eat  their  own  eggs  the  first  time.  Who  runs  the  tank  ?  the  breeding  jewel  ??  Just  make  sure  that  the  breeding  jewels  run  the  tank....  
                 

 My  mom  told  me  she  saw  Sucker  eating  the  eggs  while  both  the  parents  hit  the  sucker  plenty  of  times  but  sucker  moved  after  eating  some  eggs  Sad  .Yes  Red  Jewels(Breeding  Jewel)  dominates  on  all  other  fishes  in  the  tank.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:04 am Post subject: Re: Regarding Jewel Breeding Reply with quote

 Even  ive  been  facing  the  same  problem.  Infact  my  fishes  bred  twice,  but  not  their  eggs  get  eaten.  Dont  know  what  to  do.
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