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Old 01-15-2013
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How many days were the frys when you stripped? They are growing nicely!
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I think it is around day 10 to 12.
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Stripped again and got 17. Figure i will lose two as one is a bit underdeveloped and one got damaged in the stripping.



Here are my two batches side by side. Was going to move first batch on to biggger tank but saw some shimmying so dosed for ick and will move when they are better.

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Congrats!
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So that's all you use as a tumbling method? The screen strainer along with the sponge filter?
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Yes. The fry just bounce around a little. Seemed fine for first batch.

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Update on first group. Right side with some tail-slappin' action!


Update on second batch. One escaped the strainer.

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NIce! Can't wait for my turn
Do you just put the eggs into the strainer in the new tank or do you acclimate them somehow?
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Kewl,

The water in the new tank comes from the main tank. So they go just straight in.
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