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Old 06-14-2013, 01:39 PM   #1
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Breeding zebra danios

How do i setup the breeding tank? How do I condition them for breeding ? How to take care for the eggs? Sexing etc...
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:57 PM   #2
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Females are very plump. A standard 10 gallon with a yarn spawn mop would be a good setup. Remove the parents after the eggs are a lid. Feed the adults brine shrimp and give the fry baby brine shrimp
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Thanks for the advice, I was cleaning my tank (where I have my danios) and I found eggs. How do I successfully hatch the eggs, there are some clear eggs and some whitish eggs is this normal?
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Old 06-15-2013, 06:11 PM   #4
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The white eggs are not going to hatch so you need to remove them before fungus becomes a problem. I believe sunlight is key to hatching the eggs that are 48 hours old
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Unfortunately some of the fertile eggs have fungus, I separated the healthy eggs from the ones that are white and have fungus, I think they are close to hatching because I can see them moving a lot. When they hatch I have to feed them infosuria but where do I find it?
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Infosuria is a term used to describe microorganisms. You can look for baby brine shrimp or moina.
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Ok,I'll acquire some baby brine shrimp. I can see the embryo fully developed, I just have to wait for them to hatch
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Here is a pic of one of the eggs
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