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Old 01-24-2014, 11:10 AM   #1
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Is there a way ?

I was wondering if there was a way too alter the outcome of your M/F ratio of fry , like by Changing temperature during incubation of the eggs , or but adding something too promote it ? What's your thoughts ? Thank you Ryan
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I was wondering if there was a way too alter the outcome of your M/F ratio of fry , like by Changing temperature during incubation of the eggs , or but adding something too promote it ? What's your thoughts ? Thank you Ryan
Playing Mother Nature? I dunno man, there has to be some serious genetic tampering involved I'm guessing.
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Playing Mother Nature? I dunno man, there has to be some serious genetic tampering involved I'm guessing.

I was thinking in the way like in "amphibians , crocodile/alligators/lizards /turtles " that temperature has a a huge outcome on wether more male or female will be produced . I was just wondering if there could be a possible way without changing genetics in the fish it's self.
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And Father Nature hahah
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:31 AM   #5
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Haha papa nature it is! I'm interested to know, I'll be following this thread for sure!
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