Discussion in 'Breeding' started by Christiaan Duvenage, Apr 28, 2018.
They look so cool! Best of luck
Ugly little buggers.
Day 11 Update: Things are still looking good.Zoes getting noticeably bigger.Struggling to take decent pics,they still very small.Did my 1st waterchange today(50%).Got 3 batches in now.Females(another 4 are berried) are producing zoes like they rolling out with a conveyor belt wich is a bit concerning,but on the other hand more chances for experiments.I have 1 problem thou...Im struggling to get algea going in my tank...does anyone have some marine algea to spare?
exiting times ... will this be the first SA raised ?
Haha Ferdi that will look good on the resume. I believe there has been 1 or 2 other guys.Wether it's true or not,that's a story on its own.From what I've seen and read it's not all that hard,the problem lies with food for the zoes.I'm struggling to get some algea going so I have mixed feelings.
A few guys have
Try a Gu10 light by the side of the tank, with a long photoperiod
Works like a charm:
Have you tried talling to Shawn at Pet Stop. Maby he can borrow you some algae covered live rock for cleaning?
Good idea,I'm just worried about the organisms on the rock catching the zoes.
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