Bob Muller (
Mon, 2 May 2005 20:00:13 -0400


The adult mudminnows wintered in a 5 gallon. They were feed black worms
all winter, until March when they became unavailable here. Then frozen
brine shrimp. I only have one fry but it is doing well, fat belly filled
with micro worms. The Mt. redbellies are set up to spawn four fish two
filled with eggs one sickly and hollow bellied and another I hope is a male
that looks healthy. Red bellies always hide when the tank is approached but
from a distance they are beginning to hang out over the pile of stones set
up for a spawning medium. F2 Northern RBD also set up, no red but turning
yellow, I just put some stones in their tank and they immediately gathered
over them.

Bob Muller
Red Run (the ghost river of Royal Oak)
A tributary of the Clinton River
Great Lakes Watershed.

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