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Old 05-20-2013, 07:32 AM   #11 
Sena Hansler
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Did you know? Whenever I had a spawn, I used ls of live plants. These were placed either 1 week, to three days before spawning. After the spawn (usually 8 hours to 1 week itself), by the time the eggs hatched I noticed microorganisms... Daphnia, and infusoria. For the first couple of days without their eggsack (free swimming stage) depending on the size of spawn, they ate those, making it easier to have a BBS culture set up.
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