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Wandafish
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Net Breeders Question
« on: July 21, 2010, 02:52:40 PM »
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I have a question about net breeders for future reference - if your feeding your fishes' fry liquid fry food can you do that in a net breeder?  Since it's in a net there are holes so it would get out to the other fishes too, would it still work for the fry or not?

Also I have some freeze dried baby shrimp fish food, they seem kinda big for newborn baby fry to me, would it be ok for them to eat or only when they get a bit older?
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Re: Net Breeders Question
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2010, 03:21:11 AM »
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You have fry already? well in this case, the food will probably float through the net, so it might be a waste. And yes, you can feed them with shrimp when they get older.

Either way, we have a load of little black mollies swimming around in the java fern Wink And they are growing steadily eating just the same as the adults do Smiley Some tropical fish flakes and occasional blood worms and cucumber Smiley (We usually don't notice them in the start anyway, so they find food somehow.)
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