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Old 06-02-2005, 05:57 PM   #11
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Good idea JChillin. I agree with mattrox about letting the pair try to raise the fry on their own first even though the parents will eat about 80% fry which can be a good thing. Also, if you let the parents raise the fry, you should leave the room lights or some form of light on all the time because the parents can not care for eggs if they can't see them and might get scared and eat their eggs. You should use fungicide for the eggs because some are unfertilized and if you don't it could harm the other eggs. If the parents don't take care of the eggs then you could always raise them artificially.
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