I also felt that they benefited from good water flow, steady pH around 7.5
(which I provided by shellgrit over an UGF) and weekly 20% water changes.
Their temperature preferences have been discussed on this forum frequently
Bruce Hansen, ANGFA, caring for our aquatic ecosystems.
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> From: Segeberger <klaus.schoening at jungle.org>
> To: rainbowfish at pcug.org.au
> Subject: RE: [RML] Tropical Fish Granuloma
> Date: Monday, 15 June 1998 22:22
> I am inclined to agree with Mach on this one from first hand
> experience. Also, I find that feeding whiteworms is much too rich of a
> food for furcatas. Even with great water quality there seems to be
> internal problems with them digesting all that animal fat. I used to
> lose them one by one when I fed worms. Even though the worms boosted
> egg production, it isn't worth losing your breeders for a few extra eggs.
> Why not try growing daphnia, brine shrimp and rotifers??