Re: NANFA-- breeding success with Fundulus species
Mon, 29 Mar 2004 21:54:35 EST

In a message dated 3/29/04 9:47:40 PM, writes:

<< My technique for breeding flagfish is very similar. I put a male and two

three females in a 40 gallon tub, and cover the tub's bottom with java fern

and rocks. By the time fall arrives, I usually have 10 or 15 fry. >>

That is what I did last summer in a 125 gallon tub/pool. About 25 young were
harvested. The first trio are now putting out lots of eggs but very few are
surviving indoors, either when left in the tank or picked and incubated

Lee Harper
Media, PA
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