RE: NANFA-- breeding darters

Mark (
Fri, 17 Jan 2003 12:22:15 -0500

At 10:24 PM -0500 1/16/03, Ashton, Matthew J. wrote:
>I have been trying this with Iowa's right now and it doesnt seem to
>work. They are in a building which doesnt save hat well soit can get
>cold although the furnace is always churning to keep up. the water got
>down to the low 50s should it have gotten lower? is it too late to move
>them chill them down and bring them back up.

Matt, I have one word for you. One word. Are you listening?

Yes, Mr Fish-breeding-know-it-all.

Plasti- wait, Daylength!...

I think low temp is not that critical for egg production. It may effect
overall spawning condition and color though. But I'm just speculating.
Come on guys, lets get some hard data!

I think E exile is a plant spawner. Maybe Java/Fontinalis moss? Didn't
you do that one, Bob?

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