After using it for about 6 weeks I felt the results I was getting weren';t
any better than the trays floating in the parents tanks with daily partial
I guess we could try putting the eggs in one of those fine nylon coffee
filters suspended over an airlift?
Bruce Hansen, ANGFA, caring for our aquatic ecosystems.
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> From: Adrian R. Tappin <atappin at ecn.net.au>
> To: rainbowfish at pcug.org.au
> Subject: [RML] Egg Hatching
> Date: Monday, 8 June 1998 7:01
> Perhaps we should be hatching our eggs in a similar manner as that used
> aquaculture. In aquaculture many eggs are hatched using 'Upwelling
> incubators'. These are commercially available units and come in several
> different models. However, any sort of container should do. Upwelling
> incubators use the water flow to partially suspend the eggs similar to
> hatching brine shrimp eggs. This may solve some of the problems that Mach
> mentioned. I guess it would also provide extra oxygen and maybe prevent
> sliders? However, the aeration wouldn't want to be too high, just enough
> move the eggs about.