Discussion in 'General Freshwater Aquarium Keeping' started by Marine590622, Aug 23, 2012.
Marble bn pleco's. I saw a few fry on the glass today.
Axolotl are laying eggs now.
Sadly the triglachromis otostigma pair ate their eggs. Hopefully they spawn again. Last weekend I pulled about 50 lamprologus callipterus wigglers from a shell. If all goes well with them. I should be able to bap them for the April shell dwellers talk meeting.
I was lucky and my German Blue Ram pair laid eggs a few weeks ago. Today they are at day 16 of free swimming. Both parents have a 1/2 Black gene so I will get some Black Fry. This is my first time with GBR fry I am really excited about it.
Sorry, each parent has One Black gene.
I have way too many axolotl larvae now. My brother took a bunch with him for him and his son.
My German Blue Rams with the Black gene laid eggs again last night.
Today my Angels Gold Male and Marble Female laid eggs on slate. Over 400 eggs. I pulled the slate with the eggs on it and put into a Gallon jar with air-bubbles and jungle fungus. The nice thing about this pair is the Female Marble has a Gold gene so I will get 50% Gold and 50% Marble fry from this pair.
Corydoras Rabutai spawning today and eggs collected. They started spawning about a month ago but kept eating eggs before I could collect.
Geophagus Alto Sinu female holding.
cw23 about 100 eggs on the glass, Pulled the adults.
Spanish ribbed newts laid eggs today.
Both pairs of my German Blue Rams laid a nice batch of eggs today.
triglachromis otostigma pair holding again. I hope they don’t eat the eggs again this time around.
The Spanish ribbed newts eggs are hatching! They are really tiny compared to axolotl. They are a white thin ribbon about one quarter inch long.
Pseudotropheus perspicax orange cap ndumbi (maybe) is holding. I got these from Dave's Rare Fish which I think is a pretty reputable source. However, they look nothing like Dave's pictures nor any pictures I can find online. Since they have a location, I've extensively browsed pictures of juveniles, now they are apparently mature enough to breed, and I apparently have both males and females, I'm starting to think they are something else. They have white lips and none have turned white with the orange cap. They are darker than the pics of females and juveniles I've seen, but they have similar vertical bars. Not sure. . . I might have to start posting pictures and asking around.
The 6 Neocaridina davidii I got at the MAAH auction 2 months ago produced their first 7 babies, now about 1/3" in length. I've been showing and rescuing dogs & cats since 1977, but have never bred any animal of any kind in my life, so these are our first babies ever. They are super cute little replicas of the parents.
most of the eggs fungased, but I do see fry in the tank. Once they are large enough, I will move them to a rearing tank, and try to trigger a fresh spawn.
Pethia nigrofasciata, Julidochromis dickfeldi, Xystichomis "Kyoga flameback" and piles of BN brown and white. A veritable fish brothel.
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