I would PM U but I don't know how.....lolHi all:
For several different R2R articles, who among R2R breeders would be willing to talk to me? If you wish to remain anonymous, I'm happy to shield your identity and/or location. I'm just interested to know what you're trying to breed, all about how you're going about it, and your successes and/or failures.
Just send me a PM.
Cardinals are a good place to start. They do the hard part for you, also the biggest issue people seem to have is getting them on frozen foods.is there a list of well-known fish that are easy to breed?
i have had clowns lay eggs, but i have no interest in raising clown. Id like to know more about cardinals and others. Maybe live birthing fish would be easier?
Those are ocellaris, not percula. Ocellaris have actually a better market because they color up much faster and are sooner to sell.I have had 5 clutches of eggs from my perculas. I had to let them go as this was happening during a time of transitioning from that tank to my new tank. When they are ready in the now new tank, I will be placing a flower pot in tank once I know chosen area and attempt to raise them.
PICS: Clutch 1