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Old 04-26-2015, 09:17 PM   #81
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Alot of times evening does seem to be the time. Also i have shut lights off quite a few times with no eggs. Woke up, turned them on and viola, eggs. So ya never know.

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Itll be a few weeks before they are shippable. But as soon as they are, they are yours.

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They'll have to chill in my 20 gallon "South American" while we wait for the 55 gallon to get set up and cycled and all the fish to be moved over. It'll be fine as long as they don't get big enough to eat my glowlight tetras
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Alot of times evening does seem to be the time. Also i have shut lights off quite a few times with no eggs. Woke up, turned them on and viola, eggs. So ya never know.

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I met with the guy who takes care of the Discus, Altum angels, and all the other SA fish at Mystic Aquarium in CT, he gave me some advice for my project. One of the things he told me is that Discus spawning often coordinates with the lunar cycle. So if it's a full moon tonight I bet they'll spawn.
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Check what i just found! Batch #2 of pinoy blue angels

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Holy crap that's a lot of eggs! Is that normal!? How many fry do you get out of that?
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Ive got 150 plus lil pea size triangular free swimmers now from the first batch.

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I think if Ann and I succeed at spawning them we'll just leave the eggs with the parents and hope a few survive I never knew angelfish laid so many eggs!
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Im going to give them a shot at parent raising these.

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Cool! Keep me updated, I'd like to see how that goes/pictures/etc.
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I should change thread name to all breeding project builds. Lol. Ive got babies of everything i own, except my discus. Ive only got the 2" guys that are sold already. Geez.

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