Klaus Schoening wrote:
> Most shiners will look the pits in water above 80 hehe ... mine looked great at 80
> though and now that they are down around 65-70 they are taking on spawning color and
> posture. I don't have the saffron shiner so i can't comment. Someone else bred them
> ...but with any luck I will be soon too.
> tony wrote:
> > Thanks for the information. Someone told me that rainbows won't color up in water
> > above 80'F. How warm/cold is your rainbow shiners' tank? Do you know about Saffron
> > shiner too? You mention about having some F1...you already bred them?
> > Tony
> > anutej_at_loxinfo.co.th
> > Klaus Schoening wrote:
> > > I have rainbow shiners in the basement now some of which are F1s, they are
> > > beautiful... Even not in spawning color they are beautiful. My adults are in
> > > prespawning color and activity now. The males are driving the females and the
> > > powder blue is becoming very evident as well as an increase in red intensity. I
> > > dont know why this fish isnt in the pet shops. I haven't spawned them but they
> > > are associate darters, if you look at articles on the nanfa site for riffle tanks
> > > you will see a great article on how to set up a spawning tank for associate
> > > spawners.
> > >
> > > Klaus
> > >
> > > Jay DeLong wrote:
> > >
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