06-07-2013, 11:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Tolak
Most are too big, at least until they hit a couple weeks old. Last weekend I was helping a friend move a 250 gallon tub, guy's place we brought it to cultures daphnia outdoors in drums. He had one strain, or species that was incredibly small, maybe double the size of bbs. He's the kind of guy that rattles off Latin names like I rattle off pizza ingredients, I could ask him what species they are.
He sounds like my dad
The ones I feed are super small but then again never seen angel fry. I know their mouths tend to be small so I guess it's tricky taking care of the fry. If I ever get the time to breed I'm going to breed a black and a koi! Those would be some amazing babies