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Old 02-13-2018, 08:37 PM   #1
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Just showing off my pair that refuse to raise fry

I have a beautiful pair of discus that eat the eggs 24 hour after they have laid. Iíve never bread these guys before although itís a dream of mine, and now the one of them is eating the eggs 24 hours after they lay. Any ideasClick image for larger version

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Often it takes time for pairs to get all the bugs worked out.
Some use a wire cage around the eggs after they have been laid..
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Which one is eating? Both or just one? You could remove the muncher if it's just one.
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The real pros artificially hatch discus and raise if the pair refuses to cooperate ..
It is not beginner type hatching and raising...
Al is pretty respected..
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