Karen B. Posted November 24, 2021 Share Posted November 24, 2021 I am breeding Clown killifish for the 2nd times. The first egg finally hatched and gosh I forgot how tiny these fry are! The eggs are in a plastic container, with « brown » water from catappa leaves and an air stone. The container is floating in a bigger tub with a heater, a sponge filter, lots of plants (I throw my trimmed plants in there). I am trying a more « natural » kind of breeding vs the one I did the first time in a breeding fluval container that hang on a main tank. I saw the first fry today. Took me 5 minutes to spot him in the small container! I know the first 24 hours they feed on their yolk sack. But they are soooo tiny I don’t know if he hatched before and I didn’t see him. So I put a few drop of water with vinegar eels. But then I wondered… can the vinegar eels harm the unhatched eggs? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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