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|Subject: Super reds Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:28 pm|| |
Hi I have 5 super red bn that are sub adults now 2 male 3 female was just wondering how many eggs can I expect to get of them when they spawn and how much would the fry be when they reach the inche mark thanks
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|Subject: Re: Super reds Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:25 pm|| |
How long is a it of string?
it depends on many things. the typical spawn is about 40-60 eggs. they take about 2 months to get to sellable size, depending on various things like tank size, filtration, tank mates etc
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|Subject: Re: Super reds Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:42 pm|| |
There was a guy selling them on aquarist for £10 each for an inch long...
That was a couple of weeks ago I think. He isnt posting now so maybe he sold out...
|Subject: Re: Super reds Today at 5:54 am|| |