- May 25, 2019
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- Billings Montana USA
If you're looking at the Killifish pictures that's plain old acrylic yarn for a spawning mop. The fish lay their eggs into it instead of live plants. The aquarist can then pull the mop and collect the eggs to incubate in trays. They hatch out and then you raise them up. Killifish breed almost continuously laying 2 to 3 eggs every day as opposed to ,say an Angelfish, that lays a hundred eggs all at once periodically.Nice work! What's the cool looking kind of stringy green stuff?
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is that sand blasted grapevine? A fairly large piece of that stuff is only like $5 and I'm looking for a cool piece to put in my 5g betta tankView attachment 95193 View attachment 95194 View attachment 95195 It's good to stay busy. Picked my first three eggs just a bit ago. @PheonixKingZ that's Java Fern tied to a piece of driftwood I got at PetsMart. Cost me 12 bucks so I had to do something with it. It had a lot of little poky points and sharp edges but thanks to the Dremel tool it is now smooth and fish friendly. Lot of tannin in it. Water is coloring up nice. Imported from Vietnam.