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Cualac Tessellatus

Home Forums Fresh and Brackish Water Fishes Cualac Tessellatus

This topic contains 21 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Matt 10 years, 11 months ago.

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  • #311088

    dunc
    Keymaster

    I was only partially serious but I think it’s definitely something that – at a later date – we could look in to as a community. I fully agree, it would need to be done properly.

    It would be so fantastic for a community such as SF to have an impact on the existence of certain species because their members had spawned quality, healthy fishes.

    #311089

    mzapater
    Participant

    Great that these seem to be doing well!

    Mine are also growing and have a nice breeding group for next Spring. I think that Juan Pablo will also get some pairs from his juveniles.

    This is a tricky species, worked very well this year with lots of algae, very hot temperature and pieces of gypsum rock in their tub. They didn´t even eat the fry like these.

    Let me know how they do for you!

    Manuel…

    #311090

    Malti
    Participant

    wish u luck with them Matt, and Dunc I like your idea

    #311091

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Manuel I actually forgot to ask will these be ok over the winter without a heater in their container?

    #311093

    thelizzious
    Member

    QUOTE (dunc @ Oct 16 2008, 10:08 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    I was only partially serious but I think it’s definitely something that – at a later date – we could look in to as a community. I fully agree, it would need to be done properly.

    It would be so fantastic for a community such as SF to have an impact on the existence of certain species because their members had spawned quality, healthy fishes.


    That would make a great contribution for such small species in a world like ours that realy needs all the help it can get to survive, global-warmingly- thinking. If I only had the knowledge I would feel indescribably rich to help.

    #311097

    mzapater
    Participant

    They should be ok at 16 ºC or more, if there is any risk of going below that, put a heater on… I dont´think they´ll grow too quickly now.

    Keep in touch about them,

    Manuel…

    pd: any mento eggs yet?

    #311111

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Hi Manuel no I haven’t seen any. I think I need to add more mops as the algae has pretty much died back now so any eggs that are being produced are getting eaten quite quickly I suppose.

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