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Old 07-24-2014, 01:20 PM   #31
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Yeah they lay HUGE eggs for a fish their size, like 2-3 mm

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Old 07-24-2014, 01:21 PM   #32
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Reminds me of my Killis when they were holding.. she looked like a watermelon with fins..

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Good thing is my 16 oz of decapped brineshrimp eggs arrived yesterday.

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Do you hatch out or just feed the eggs?

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Just feed, they are just a yolk free of the cyst.

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I did the same.. they ate them up like jelly beans, it was kind of a pita hydrating them sometimes, they'd either stick to the sides of the cup or float on the surface forever..

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Good thing is my 16 oz of decapped brineshrimp eggs arrived yesterday.

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Lol I totally thought I posted this in the bitaeniata thread

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The male disappeared yesterday so I think he is on eggs and I ordered some plants and moss to add to the tank.

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Cool, looks I'll be buying another tank soon

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