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  1. Breeding/Spawning Section
    Just picked out this ram pair 24 hours ago. Eggs already. Theses stunners will make great parents lol
  2. Freshwater Livestock Classifieds
    Hi, I am looking to start hatching brine shrimp, with my growing fish population it seems like the best way to go but I am having a very hard time finding brine shrimp eggs in Kelowna. So my question is, Where can I get some eggs in Kelowna or close to Kelowna? :confused:
  3. Freshwater Chat
    I have a couple of questions about assassin snail eggs and hatching times. About three months ago, I noticed quite a lot of assassin snail eggs in one of my tanks. This tank had three adults in it for a while, so I'm assuming that the eggs came from one of them and/or they came in on some...
  4. Breeding/Spawning Section
    Hey all, I've recently started breeding kribensis (yes, I know, a pretty easy-to-breed common fish, but I think they're beautiful and watching the parental care is fascinating). I have a question about hatching baby brine shrimp. I've built myself a hatchery out of two two-litre pop bottles. An...
  5. Member Photo/Video Gallery
    In this series of photos you can see the newest glutch of eggs laid in a glass spice jar. I have been waiting 4 months for them to lay eggs. I got the trio from Canadian Aquatics: The eggs are easily seen in the photo above This series is on the ones in the white cave in my 14 gallon Bio...
  6. Crustaceans/Inverts/Mollusks
    Hi, I really want to get a Red/Pink ramshorn snail to combact some algae on the glass surfaces that are hard for me to reach. From past experiences with a nerite snail I know that one nerite does a really good job, but poops A LOT! It was so messy. So I really just want the have one and NOT a...
  7. Freshwater Chat
    Im looking to start hatching my own brine shrimp, which is something i have never done before. i have seen lots of tutorials and such and i know how beneficial it is for your fish. so i would like to try it out. Im not looking for a lot, just enough that i can try to hatch them once and incase...
  8. Breeding/Spawning Section
    So, my congos decided to lay eggs. I know it happened on Monday afternoon, and from what I read, they'll take about 6 days to hatch (so next Sunday), and will be big enough to eat baby brine shrimp right away. The eggs are about translucent and about 3mm in diameter (IE pretty big). I also read...
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