What spawned for you recently?

Discussion in 'General Freshwater Aquarium Keeping' started by Marine590622, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Moved my L140 pair yesterday, within an hour they were sharing a cave, male is sitting on eggs now. I'm going to have lots of these- already have 65 growing out from the previous 2 spawns.
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  2. Dragon159

    Dragon159 Member

    Lots of eggs but nothing moving after three days. Time to try again.
  3. JeffW

    JeffW Well-Known Member

    I am up to about 100 juvie Betta Rubra and still have males holding, Apistogramma Tefe wild caught have more wigglers have a nice group of juvies growing out, Calico Bristlenose wigglers tonight puts me well over 100 of them, Frontosa eggs are now wigglers should be close to 80 fry right now. Looks like I better start getting tables at swaps again. And put stuff in auctions.
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  4. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    I'll take some Betta rubra when they are ready!
  5. JeffW

    JeffW Well-Known Member

    I am going to sell the adults soon. 3 boys and 3 girls.
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  6. SteveS

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    Keep trying. The fry are very tiny also. Like specks of pepper . There are a bunch of us who have bapped these in the club . If you need any tips just ask
  7. SteveS

    SteveS Executive Board

    A couple spawns from the past month or so
    Neolamprologus brichardi
    tropheus sp. Red
    girardinus Metallicus
    limia Perugiae
    metriaclima Lanisticola
    Amatitliana nanolutea
    Heros sp. Rotkeil
    Geophagus Mirabilis
    herotilapia Multispinosa
    julidochromis dickfeldi

    now to keep half of these alive
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  8. Sean S

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    You don't care if the other half die! How Cruel!:D
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  9. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Calico Bristlenose spawned
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  10. Dragon159

    Dragon159 Member

    I may have jumped the gun .... looked in and saw pepper flakes swimming around on top of the plants. I can now see why I missed them.
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  11. Dragon159

    Dragon159 Member

    So when I get home from the picnic, I found my last pair of pelvicachromis pulcher guarding eggs in one of my rock caves and the macropodus opercularis had made a bubble nest the size of a large piece of popcorn, which I mistook it for to begin with. Makes finding my breeding age BN pleco male pushing up water lillies a little more bearable.
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  12. bahamafj11

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    Just stole Ms. blonde Kyoga's babies. Now she can eat. And if my math is right, I get a Master!
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  13. bahamafj11

    bahamafj11 Advisory Board

    Or Expert. Whatever.
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  14. Sean S

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    Found more Aspidoras sp. Senger eggs, hopefully I can get them to hatch this time. Also pulled another batch of spixi snail eggs to hatch in a separate container
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  15. Sean S

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    Labeotropheus trewavasae 'ochre Chilumba ' were spawning when I got home.
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  16. SteveS

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    Cyprichromis leptosoma florescent blue. Caught the spawning action yesterday . Very different from what I'm used to seeing in a mouthbrooder . First time ever breeding cyps. Now to net a super fast fish out of a 120
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  17. hazard

    hazard Active Member

    Wait until they are asleep.

    My 13 yr old daughter stripped these last week

    Flavescent peacock
    lemon jake peacock
    yellow lab
    iceberg fryeri
    beanschi peacock

    Chris
  18. JeffW

    JeffW Well-Known Member

    I agree I always waited until they were sleeping.

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