Hello, fellow betta owners and breeders! I'm new to this forum page and I would love to absorb some of your knowledge on what to feed my betta fry that are 3 days old. Yes, they are swimming horizontally and yes I have all the equipment needed to breed these youngsters. I have some questions
Right after my male betta inserted all the eggs into the bubble nest I quickly went to my nearest LPS to find a plant that can create infursoria so that my young ones can thrive on the first week. I grabbed the amazon sword plant & put three into my 10 gallon tank. I wasnt sure that frys were eating the infursoria so i tried feeding my frys newly hatched brine shrimp. But they werent eating the brine shrimp. I'm guessing at this young age theyre not capable of devouring the brine. So far there are no deaths (phew :p).
I want to know what I should feed my children. (at what ages so that they can grow into fine young adults
Now for my breeding tank I covered the opening with suran wrap. (This worked great for my spawn. It kept the temperature stable)
I know that having the suran wrap was good to have because cold drafts could potentially harm my eggs but my littles guys are free swimming. (at least 3 days old)
Can I remove my cover?
By doing so, will my young frys be harmed by the decrease of the water temperature because of the cold drafts?
Should I wait a couple weeks before removing the cover?