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frontosa and dubiosis fry care

 
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fishyman
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 12:32 am Post subject: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

 Hi,
 I  lately  ordered  quite  a  few  dubiosis  and  frontosa  from  a  dealer  who  advertise  here  on  IAH  and  to  my  expectations  the  size  was  much  smaller  as  claimed  by  the  dealer.Anyways...the  fry  are  quite  small...the  fronts  may  be  hardly  1.5  inches...what  should  i  feed  them  with...as  if  now  i  am  feeding  them  flake  food  and  azoo  micro  pellets...and  dubiosis  may  be  an  inch  long...i  am  feeding  them  with  hikari  veg  spirulina  flake.....i  will  be  obliged  if  any  one  could  enlighten  me  on  good  feeding  tips.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 12:53 am Post subject: Re: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

 Feed  them  with  any  sinking  pellets.  TetraBits  is  the  best  option.  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:36 pm Post subject: Re: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

 Dear  Fishyman
 You  can  also  feed  hikari  Deep  sinking   and  Bio  gold,I  personally  prefer  those  and  if  you  can  find  Dainichi  Viggie  Max  then  nothing  is  better  than  it.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:52 pm Post subject: Re: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

 hi  Kaushik,
 I  am  already  using  hikari  sinking  pellets.Dubiosis  are  seem  to  be  oka  wit  it..i  am  more  concerned  for  my  fronts...
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 4:51 pm Post subject: Re: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

 Juvenile  fronts  take  some  time  to  settle  in  but  once  settled  they  will  eat  right  off  your  hand  (mine  did),  when  i  got  my  fronts  they  were  about  the  same  size  as  yours,  they  are  normally  sold  at  that  size.  They  would  also  love  BS  and  Daphnia   Thumb Up  
 
 Madhu  from  Salem  (Madhu_Ulysses)  kept  his  dubiosis  in  a  tank  outside  his  house  and  let  green  algae  grow  naturally,  at  some  point  of  time  the  tank  was  filled  with  algae  and  the  fish  could  not  be  seen,  the  fishes  were  happily  munching  away  on  the  algae..
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 6:51 pm Post subject: Re: frontosa and dubiosis fry care Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  am  already  using  hikari  sinking  pellets.Dubiosis  are  seem  to  be  oka  wit  it..i  am  more  concerned  for  my  fronts...                  
              Try  TetraBits.
 Frontosa  loves  TetraBits  better  than  any  other  dry  food.  IMO  Smile
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