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Taken from another website: I begun by feeding them heavily with very rich food for a whole month (be careful with the water changes). Then I began the following regime: 1st day: Normal temperature 28°C. Switch the heater off and let the temperature fall to 22°C over two days. 2nd day: No food / No ...
Any update when this article will be available?Doug White wrote:I have submitted an articale on the L046 and it should be up on the site soon. In the articale it address my sucess with breeding and what and how I went about it. Hope you will enjoy it and it is helpful to you.
Regards Doug White
Have used 3 different types of egg tumblers, one made by myself and 2 bought off ebay, each time, I placed eggs in, the eggs split or died, only use fry traps now with airstone, do not recommend egg tumblers for zebs eggs, too fragile.
Or nip into B&Q buy a £15 electric tile cutter (Was that when I got mine), find a local building company or roofer and get some slate and make your own. But if you only need 2 or 3, buying them is cheaper, anymore making them is cheaper.
Hope this helps.
Hope this helps.
- Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:02 am
- Forum: Tank Set-Up's
- Topic: What is everyone water conditions like for breeding Zebras
- Replies: 1
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Hi all, just would limke to know what everyone else's water conditions and setups are, here is mine: I have a 36" x 12" x 15" with an Ehiem Wet/dry external filter, and 2 x 1200LPH internal filters. Tank Conditions: PH 6.64 (held there by API PH 6.5 buffer) TDS 243 Temp: 29.3oC The tank is full of b...
- Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:24 pm
- Forum: General Fish Chat
- Topic: 5 x Wild Caught L260's, can anyone tell sex please
- Replies: 5
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Nooooooooooo, I had my doubts over that fish when I bought him/her. I too thought not very L260 ish, looks more like a 411, but then I saw its "parents" and they were L260. So have always classed it as a queen. Don't want crossed breeding, so will remove the fish from the breeding tank and into a co...