apistodiscus wrote:Had a quick look on the net to see what killifisch eggs are available. Here's a list of what I found:
Notobranchius rachovii, N. korthausea, N. guentheri, N. furzeri, N. foerschi, N. Fuscotaeniatus, N. eggersi, N. othonotus, N. patrizii, N. palmquisti
Simpsonichtys carlettoiwi, S. fulminatus
I quite fancy the last two species since they are South American. Never mind. Which of these species require the least work and are easy to breed since none of them last pis*ing time? I had a chat with Jamie on the weekend about killifish in general and he was telling me that some eggs needed to be incubated for 9 months or so. My wife still has that odd believe that the hotpress is for airing clothes and not keeping bits of peat and fisheggs long term.
Acara wrote:Check out this guys website,he's up the Nth,but at least he's on this Island.
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