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You must have a large gallery to have so many breeding activities on going.

And to enable them to breed is really an achievement. Poseidon's right hand man!

Hope i can view your gallery one day! hehe

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went to his place before it a LFS ha ha joking but indeed his very delicated to Marine

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15 days & still on rotifers, estimate only 20+ larvae left. I just need 1 to become a fish!

All the best Fuel. Hope you succeed.

It will be yet another tremendous achievement.

"Jia you!"

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15 days & still on rotifers, estimate only 20+ larvae left. I just need 1 to become a fish!

Any clue on what could be the reason for such high mortality? Feed or water quality?

Dun give up, bro.

Cheers

JC

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Any clue on what could be the reason for such high mortality? Feed or water quality?

Dun give up, bro.

Cheers

JC

Basically the bigger your rearing vessel for larvae, the better results you get. Commonly used tank sizes for larvae in places like ORA are at least 3-4 feet in diameter. I do not have the luxury of such space, I am forced to work with IKEA black trash bins which hold less than 5 gallons.

Due to very very limited space, I am forced to work with only 1-2 species at a time. This is why I am not working on peppermint shrimp already. I'm currently trying out arrow crab & harlequin shrimp larvae.

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Basically the bigger your rearing vessel for larvae, the better results you get. Commonly used tank sizes for larvae in places like ORA are at least 3-4 feet in diameter. I do not have the luxury of such space, I am forced to work with IKEA black trash bins which hold less than 5 gallons.

Due to very very limited space, I am forced to work with only 1-2 species at a time. This is why I am not working on peppermint shrimp already. I'm currently trying out arrow crab & harlequin shrimp larvae.

you should do a joint venture with one of the LFS. :)

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you should do a joint venture with one of the LFS. :)

Qianhu? :eyebrow: Just kidding, they will chase me off after they find out how much money I am losing. :paiseh:

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Qianhu? :eyebrow:

lol that will be nice. I can always pop over and have a look at your babies... hehe... so near my place.

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Basically the bigger your rearing vessel for larvae, the better results you get. Commonly used tank sizes for larvae in places like ORA are at least 3-4 feet in diameter. I do not have the luxury of such space, I am forced to work with IKEA black trash bins which hold less than 5 gallons.

Due to very very limited space, I am forced to work with only 1-2 species at a time. This is why I am not working on peppermint shrimp already. I'm currently trying out arrow crab & harlequin shrimp larvae.

I see. Time for u to stop the clownfish project. :P

JC

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