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Geophagus Brasiliensis Fry!!

10 years 8 months ago #25736 by nuth88
Replied by nuth88 on topic Geophagus Brasiliensis Fry!!
Yeah, I do...

But leave some of the fry to help "defer" any male aggression....He may want to go again, and she will not be ready, result...a whupping.

:o

Nuthman~

8)

"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' itself."

(The Stranger - 6/1998)

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10 years 8 months ago #25734 by angelomm
...well i noticed the male and female dug out all the sand under the driftwood to the point it was bare glass....the fry have been there for about 2 days now...still have the egg sac so im going to wait a few more days...luckily the 10 gallon is right next to the 75 so its a short move over....one thing i noticed is the male and female take turns guarding the fry.....when the female leaves the male guards and vice versa......i had two spawns in the same tank in the same week.....my steindachari is also holding!!!! must be something in the air!!!

so when you say siphon....just take the python off the hose and put one end over the fry ..the other in the 10 gallon tank???

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10 years 8 months ago #25732 by nuth88
Replied by nuth88 on topic Geophagus Brasiliensis Fry!!
Congrats!

Siphon some out to a 10 Gallon, How long have they been there?

I am not really the Fish Breeding source, but did just get my Gold Dempseys to go and survive (Babys did....Mom, Uh, Not so much)

Nuthman~

"I guess that's the way the whole durned human comedy keeps perpetuatin' itself."

(The Stranger - 6/1998)

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10 years 8 months ago #25730 by angelomm
so have a question....my brasiliensis spawned under a huge piece of driftwood without me noticing....today i noticed about 40 fry that she was literally huvering over chasing away all other fish to the other side of the tank....the only other fish i have succesfully bred was a steindachari(mouthbrooder) so this was really my first time wtih unexpected fry...my question is how do i safely remove the fry to put in my 10 gallon breeder tank???????? any info will be greatly appreciated....thanks much!!

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