Re: NANFA-- F. diaphanus
Mon, 1 Jan 2001 21:41:10 EST


Yes, we have menona in Michigan. The other MI. killi's notatus and dispar
spawned when my tanks warmed to 70 in the spring.


The food, light, and temp. have been constant for about 8 weeks. Going into
spawning condition is odd but I have so many fish to spawn in the spring if
they do it now it will be great.


I've had notatus and dispar spawn after a winter in my basement. Light 12 t0
15 hour temp. 60. The northern Fundulus aren't as fussy as the darters and
minnows. Those I put thrught a photo period and have in a cold room with a
temp of 40 to 50.

I just put them in a 5 gallon tank that's half full with floating and
weighted mops. I'll let you know what happens

Bob Muller

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