11-17-2012, 06:32 AM
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Originally Posted by DanMarion
Well, they've spawned again, and this time I have fry. They aren't free-swimming yet, I just noticed eyes yesterday. Both parents are being super protective of them. One even moves the fry from leaf to leaf occasionally. And when one or more fall, the parents rush to scoop them up in their mouths and place them back on the leaf. (Coolest thing I've ever seen)
When do I start feeding the fry? I've read that its a few days after the are free swimming. Anything more specific to watch for?
I tried to take a picture, and its not happening with my cameraphone. I'll have to find the cable for the camera.
You might keep an eye on the yoke sacks and start feeding when you notice that they are gone from some of the fry. What are you planning on feeding ? If baby brine shrimp, I'd get the hatchery going now. Good luck !