Re: NANFA-- Red Shiner Help Please

Ty Hall (
Mon, 05 Nov 2001 13:16:58 -0600

Yeah, the water temp is between 68 and 70. I have them in a tank in my
Dining room.


Sajjad Lateef wrote:

> It's a crevice spawner. Male and females make egg-laying passes in
>some crevice between rocks or between layers of flat rocks. I believe the
>eggs are sticky. They aren't mouth-brooders.
> It's a little early for them to go into spawning mode. Mine are
>turning silver (or loosing the red) as they usually do in Fall/Winter.
>Spring is the right time for them color up. Is your fish room warm?
> On Sun, 4 Nov 2001, Ty wrote:

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