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  1. Are spawning mops ideal for cherry barbs or do they prefer something else? I’ve been trying to get them to spawn in our mini pond but no luck.
  2. Our adult pair of Fundulopanchax Scheeli spawn every day in a 10 gal tank. We keep a spawning mop in the tank, and each day — usually after “lights out” — I pull the mop, let drain over the handle of a small net across a bucket, and then pick out eggs and put into water tinted with Rooibos tea to prevent fungus buildup. Once about 50x eggs are pulled (ca. 1x week) all are added to a 1-gal jug with a small sponge filter, Java moss, pothos roots dangling, etc. They’ll hatch in 2-3 weeks. Here’s a short clip. Grabbed 5x eggs here...
  3. Hello I currently have 3 gbrs in a 30 gallon flex heavily planted with a mixture of florite sand and flourish. These 3 are very active and the male can't seem to make up his mind who he wants to breed with the females have thier breeding tube extended and have cleaned every rock and dug pits all over the tank. But when it comes down to the buesness the two females start going at it for what I'm assuming is breeding rights. I do have line of sight blocks for them but they never really breed after the bickering starts with the femals. Would it be better if I take one female out so they could complete the task or just let them be?
  4. Very excited to find a few Fundulopanchax Scheeli eggs last night. New species for us, and first killifish eggs ever...
  5. So I made a spawning mop for my Golden panchax killifish breeding. I attached a styrofoam ball to it I just wanted to make sure that it is fine. Thanks
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