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Old 10-08-2010, 03:29 PM   #1
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my fry tank

these are my new frys and i just found out yesterday that i also have zebra danio frys too!!! but can some one tell me how to look for the zebra danio eggs??? i have no idea what I'm looking for or where to look. the cat fish were easy, they laid them on the side of the tank.
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Old 10-08-2010, 03:39 PM   #2
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Congrats on the fry and welcome to AA!

You may want to think about going bare bottom with the fry tank. They need pretty frequent feedings and that allows easier cleaning.
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thanks and lol it kind of just happened. we thought they were to male fish until this... but yes once they are larger (or next time) it will be an empty tank
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LOL.... We had a pair of "males" spawn too. I totally understand!
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cool. never had zebra danio in my tank. so this is intriguing for me.
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cool. never had zebra danio in my tank. so this is intriguing for me.

it was for my sons room, they are fun to watch them chase each other around the tank. just if you want eggs, do the research on the spawning... i got REALLY lucky... LOL :p
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Nice! Its always fun when conditions are good enough for the fish to spawn.
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ive heard of bare bottom with spawning mops, and ive heard or spawning mops and a marble bottom for the danios Im not sure how danio eggs look exactly...
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