Discussion in 'Reef Fishes' started by Bifferwine, Dec 12, 2009.
Congrats...hopefully they went between the rocks
Awe. You didn't even get to see them at all. That sucks.
thats about how often I get the eggs. Mine have been spawning for 8 months and I have yet to see any fry. I was within 1 hour 1 time. I think I would be killed if I started another fish area in my house.:bounce: Congrats on the spawning. You should see a new batch in 10-14 days.
Correction made above. :mrgreen:
I hope not. Although since I have been out of town all this week, I haven't had an opportunity to order all the materials I need to start growing the baby clown foods. I was hoping I'd be able to try to raise not the next batch of spawn, but the batch after the next. By that time, I should have stuff set up and ready to go.
Nature, she be a cruel mistress...
Totally late on this celebration but congratulations! that's so awesome, your reef really is like a little piece of the ocean! Good luck with the next batch. Or batch after that.
So you are going to go with the formula rather than breast feeding? What kind of mother are you? :mrgreen:
My maroons laid eggs all the time, nothing ever happened though, the male would guard them until they shriveled and died.
I know that breastfeeding would be the healthiest choice, but damn, I just couldn't get the nipple in their mouths! WON'T. FIT.
Breast feeding by Biff? Strange image! :lol:
LALALALALALALA Im not listening LALALALALALALALALALA
A good mother would have figured out a way.
If you do try we want pictures.
I don't think you tried that hard. No pictures no proof:nanananan
Geez first everyone is keeping invisible tanks and now its invisible baby fish breast feeding
I don't know what you're talking about. :shock:
I dont think y'all have seen Biffs breasts:shock:
Neither have you!!
Aren't they 54Ds :shock:
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