10-04-2011, 11:09 PM
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Originally Posted by k19smith
From what I have been told and read, using mops, picking eggs then picking out any fungused ones. Then placing in small sandwich like container keept at 80-82 degrees, hatching transfer to 5-10g, then feeding micron sized foods for a week then going to brine shrimp. That's the short version, provides the best hatch rate. I have my adult bows coming this week hopefully I'll get lost of practice.
I was told the ones I trashed thinking they were dead were actually just premature and would have more than likely lived. I'm learning. I've been reading a lot and talking to rainbow breeders.
Yep thats the method I normally take, but I don't have a proper fry tank lol Usually though they die so fast IDK whats up. The first time it went so smoothly