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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2008 3:04 pm Post subject: Re: Etroplus Canarensis breading Reply with quote

 I  had  used  praecox  rainbows  as  dithers.  Industry  situation  is  such  that  a  permanent  sick  leave  is  more  likely.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2008 7:32 pm Post subject: Re: Etroplus Canarensis breading Reply with quote

                                                   
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Josti:  How  old  were  your  fishes  when  they  spawned?  Have  you  been  able  to  raise  the  fry  with  the  parents?
 I  have  always  had  to  rely  on  artificially  hatching  the  eggs  as  they  were  preyed  on  by  the  other  canarensis.
 When  I  seperated  out  a  pair  they  laid  eggs  but  the  eggs  disappeared  on  the  third  day  and  never  bred  after  that.  There  is  no  pair  bonding  outside  the  breeding  time.                

 
 Hi  Beta.
 The  fish  has  been  breed  not  by  me,  but  by  my  friend  Peter  in  Denmark.
 After  that  I  have  just  a  few  weeks  ago  taken  over  the  about  3  -  4  years  old  group  of  1  male  and  4  females.
 I  have  also  assisted  Peter  to  distribute  the  5  –  6  cm  babies  in  Norway.  He  still  has  50  left.
 The  group  has  spawned  several  times  in  Peters  1000  l  tank,  but  they  don’t  grow  up  there.
 But  I  believe  they  hatched  in  there,  and  were  then  sucked  out  to  be  fed  in  a  separate  tank.
 All  other  eggs  and  fries  have  been  eaten.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 25, 2008 8:40 pm Post subject: Re: Etroplus Canarensis breading Reply with quote

 This  is  where  my  group  is  living  just  now.  250  litres.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 11:20 am Post subject: Re: Etroplus Canarensis breading Reply with quote

 Hi  Josti,
 
 Lovely  tank  ....
 
 What  do  you  feed  them  ?  Algae  wafers  ?  
 
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 Algae  wafers  should  be  good,  but  they  don’t  touch  the  type  I  have.
 They  have  so  far  mostly  been  fed  on  live  white  mosquito  larvaes  and  live  earth  worms.  They  now  also  take  frozen  whites  and  frozen  artemia,  but  will  yet  not  touch  frozen  blood  worms.
 I  dump  in  some  duck  weed  to  them,  and  that  doesn’t  last  long.
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