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My rams laid eggs last night. I pulled them and they are now in a little specimen container with some methylene blue and an air stone. They are hanging inside the aquarium so they stay the same temp as where they were laid. They usually eat the eggs so this is the first spawn I have pulled. I don’t know what I am doing. Thank you! 

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10 minutes ago, BenB said:

My rams laid eggs last night. I pulled them and they are now in a little specimen container with some methylene blue and an air stone. They are hanging inside the aquarium so they stay the same temp as where they were laid. They usually eat the eggs so this is the first spawn I have pulled. I don’t know what I am doing. Thank you! 

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Looking good! For a step-by-step how to from here forward, here's another thread with lots of videos. Enjoy!

 

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2 hours ago, Fishdude said:

Oh wow look at the color on those fins!

This one was 2nd generation in from a cross between a gold ram (female) and an electric blue ram (male). Below is the chart showing how the genetics broke down. I can explain more . . . the ram photo above was from the group in the lower right corner of the genetics tree. 

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