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Post  TrevorGreenfield Sun 30 Sep 2012, 15:50

I have been trying to have success for a while raising some young from my pearl gold marble male and Rob's blue female. I had a couple of spawnings that looked fine at spawning time. Quite large batches that hatched out as normal but then just seemed to wriggle for days finally dying off a couple of weeks or so later.

This is something I've never experienced before so was a little confused. In desperation, I this time I raised the temperature from the normal 77deg F up to 80 deg. My thinking being that this would speed up the hatching process and maybe get them past the difficult early stage.

It seems to have worked because I now have a good batch of fry that are happily eating brine shrimp and growing fast.

Here are some videos.

Hope you like them.



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Post  Pterophyllum Sun 30 Sep 2012, 20:00

Congratulations Trevor,
I wonder if raising the temperature was cause of coincidence, but certainly I tend to keep mine at about 80 rather than 77.

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Post  TrevorGreenfield Thu 04 Oct 2012, 18:12

All doing well. These are the parents. I decided today was time to move them out to give them a rest from the fry picking at them, which they do once they start to grow.

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Fry growing well too;

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Post  bridgegirl99 Thu 04 Oct 2012, 18:38

Oooooooo Jealous here!!! Sad My parents ate the wrigglers again! Roll on next week!! lol

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Post  Pterophyllum Thu 04 Oct 2012, 19:10

Looking good Trevor,
Patience Bridge Girl, all good thing come to those who wait.


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Post  minnnt Sat 06 Oct 2012, 07:00

Nice work. It is such a great feeling to see them raise them successfully.

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