Discussion in 'Breeding Tropical Fish' started by Windy, Feb 27, 2015.
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I have had the clown pairs for 14-16 months and they are getting near maturity. They are both ORA pairs and are at least 2 years old. Neon gobies are supposed to be easy to raise and I thought it would be good practice before the clowns start to lay. I will probably lose most of my first try, just getting new systems problems solved.
my clowns just laid their first clutch after 2 1/2 years of being together. I am planning on trying to raise the fry - I'm only at the planning stage at this point. I've always been fascinated with baby fish - for years I just loved having my guppies I've also read where sexy shrimp can be bred and raised. I'd like to look into that as well once I get additional tanks and materials together. I've never seen people breeding the gobies. Really interested in this thread
Love your DIY version of my CCS design
A simpler and cheaper way is to use a longer top arm and simply slice a strip out of it on a table saw. You can even notch a PVC cap as so the entire thing will lock onto the bucket.
Eggs going in on Monday evening.
Iv got an eye on you Windy, my clowns have sadly stopped spawning but if ever they go at it again im going to bombard you with questions....you've been warned....
gobies or clown eggs?
Pot is out and rotifers are in. Small hatch but useful for practice.
Cool setup, good luck.... love blue neon gobies.
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