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My Killifish Collection, Breeding Log

Discussion in 'Killifish' started by Dominus_XVIII, May 25, 2014.

  1. Dominus_XVIII

    Dominus_XVIII Member

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    Just wanted to start this thread, to let everyone know some of the killies species that I'm currently raising. At the moment I have:

    20 Aphanius.mento Zengen fry
    7 Austrolebias.nigripinnis fry
    27 Hypsolebias.fulminantus eggs
    10 Nothobranchius.guentheri red fry
    17 Nothobranchius.korthausae Mafia Island fry (1 male/ 16 females)
    4 Nothobranchius.lucius, breeding quartet (1 male & 3 females)
    16 Nothobranchius.rachovii Beira 98 fry

    I'll post pics as soon as possible, currently I've been really busy with college and work.

     
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    like to see some pics I will post some of mine soon
     
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    Aphyosemion bivitattum
     

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    Nice Aphyosemion.bivitattu. Most of my N.korthausae Mafia Island fry are still pale, possibly all females. I have 1 male N.guentheri fry out of my 10, Think it might have to do with my water, it's pretty soft here.
     
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    Hi everyone,

    Took some time off, as the past 2 years haven't been too good for me.
    Personal stuff aside -

    I'm currently raising 11 Notho.rachvoii Beira 98 fry. The fry hatched out from what suppose to be 30 eggs, but the summer heat and transportation time over seas killed the majority of the batch. The 11 fry I have now are all healthy and are developing quite well. They are now a week and four days old, and there's seems to be 1 runt of the batch. Feeding on bbs, microworms, and finely ground Northfin Krill Gold pellets.
    Will keep everyone updated.
     
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