My clowns just laid eggs

Discussion in 'Breeding Tropical Fish' started by fletch, Dec 21, 2004.

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  1. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Hope you don't mind.. I am going to show that off on the homepage. :)
     
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  3. fletch

    fletch Kole Tang

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    No problem I am honored Matt ;D ;D
     
  4. fletch

    fletch Kole Tang

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    Well here we go again :) Seeing that it is Easter These must be Easter Eggs ;D
     
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  5. Craig Manoukian

    Craig Manoukian Giant Squid

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    Way awesome John! Happy and Blessed Easter to all!
     
  6. Matt Rogers

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    You have a happy clown there John! That's great. :)
     
  7. markgsiy

    markgsiy Astrea Snail

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    Hi all,
    I know that is post is kinda old, but does anyone know if DT Phytoplankton is good enough for food for the newly hatched eggs ?
    One more other question, my percula clown eggs seem to be almost black not orange in colour, does that mean that they are dead already ???

    MS
     
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  9. Monacle

    Monacle Skunk Shrimp

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    The eggs should hatch between 7 and 11 days, usually on the 8th. Don't worry, now that your clowns have mated successfully, they should now lay eggs almost every two weeks, so you will have many chances to give the fry raising a chance. Do some research online on the subject and you might decide just to let the little larvae go down the overflows or be fish food. The work is just that, Just about a full time job for me. Best of luck..... congrats on them mating.. means they're happy.