04-13-2008, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by herefishy
I have found that, in my many spawnings of various species, that a water change triggers spwaning. I don't mean the 25% water change that we do weekly for maintainence. I mean a 50%-75% water change!! The fresh oxygenated water is a sign if the "rainy" season for many fish and this is the time that many spawn in the wild.
thanks ill try that, i would like to try again with another cluth. the male is showing signs of wanting to spawn but the female is unintrested. i will also try to get some live or frozen food for them. thanks again :D