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longfin rams spawning.

7 years 5 months ago #34239 by mbos85
Replied by mbos85 on topic longfin rams spawning.
Thanks guys the water here is soft. looks The eggs started to turn white today which I believe means they weren't fertilized. now I know they paired I'm going to move them to a separate tank. hopefully I will have some wigglers soon. thanks again.

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7 years 5 months ago #34235 by scubadiver
Replied by scubadiver on topic longfin rams spawning.
Also the tetra and possibly the discus are very good fry predators.

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7 years 5 months ago #34234 by scubadiver
Replied by scubadiver on topic longfin rams spawning.
How hard is your water?

Rams are great parents but the eggs need soft water to hatch usually.

Once the fry are free swimming they will need baby brine shrimp.

You can try a powder fry food or cyclops eeze as well but success is not as good as with the bbs.


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7 years 5 months ago #34217 by mbos85
Today I noticed a pair of my longfin rams have spawned. They are in a 75 gallon tank with several discus 3-3.5 inches and some tetra. I had no plans to breed them but since they layed eggs I would like to care for them. Problem is I have no idea what to do. should I leave them or move them. Any advice in the situation would be great thanks guys.

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