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Old 11-01-2013, 01:09 AM   #1
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Breeding Red Tail Sharks

I hear it is difficult, but it can be done. Has anyone had success with this? Any advice that you can give would be appreciated highly. I have 11 sharks in a 75g tank. They act like they want to breed during a water change, but I don't see any signs that this has happened.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:16 PM   #2
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I hear it is difficult, but it can be done. Has anyone had success with this? Any advice that you can give would be appreciated highly. I have 11 sharks in a 75g tank. They act like they want to breed during a water change, but I don't see any signs that this has happened.
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Never heard of it happening of sexing them
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I suspect the foreign breeders use hormone inducing, artificial methods to get the fish to spawn, as they do with clown loach. I have used this method to spawn carp and other ornamental Cyprinids, and hope to try with clown loach one day. Maybe some of the labeo sharks too ??
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