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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-19-2018, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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I am breeding this pair of crowntail and today they release the eggs. i got part of the action in video.
The female helped the male with the eggs.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-21-2018, 05:22 PM
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Nice good luck, keep us updated!
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Today the fry born !!!! https://youtu.be/uSetWzET01Y
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As i mention yesterday they born. They are still with the egg attached but some of them trying swim in sides.
I did feed the male with 5 live white worms and he eat in 30 seconds and keep going with his busy work. I like to feed the male to preventing the temptation of eating the fry because he can be starving.

I have on the bottom few eggs (probably die or non fertile). Here the video embedded.


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Here a short video from yesterday feeding the male with white worms and few fry around.
I notice that many fry die. I guess my mistake on this one was that i leave about 6-7 inches of water instead 3-4 inches. They are having hard time swimming to the top for breath air.

I remove the male this morning since the fry are swimming without help now. I guess there are about 50 live fry. Not sure.

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After a week, all fry died. I make the mistake to turn on the air pump too early thinking the fry was strong and they been suck by the filter stick in the sponge.

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Better luck next time, the having a successful spawn is to leave them the hell alone the first 3 weeks. Just feed, and repeat. Less is more the first month.
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