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Apistogramma hongsloi Pair

Here is a short video of a pair of A. hogsloi defending a spawning site.  I think that they have already laid eggs, as the female is disappearing into the cave regularly for a few minutes, and she is thinner … Continue reading

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Spawning Tank for Egg Scatterers

I am in the process of planning the last rack build for my new fish room, which will be a rack of smaller aquarium specifically for hatching eggs and raising fry.  There will also be tanks used to collect eggs … Continue reading

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Breeding Project – Dawkinsia rohani – Part 2

The first attempt to raise the fry of the Rohani barb was unsuccessful, so I collected a LOT more eggs and tried again.  I tried a few different ways to incubate the eggs, but the end result was that the … Continue reading

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Breeding Project – Dawkinsia rohani

I have had a small group of four Rohani barbs for about 5 years.  They have been living in my 150-gallon display tank in my living room for quite a while.  I have always intended to try to induce them … Continue reading

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Breeding Fish Series: Panaqolus albivermis – Part 1

I am starting a new video series on breeding fish.  This will be a very ambitious project.  Over the next few weeks I will start video series on several species.  I am also going to start publishing a written transcript … Continue reading

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Bluegills in June!

I finally got a chance to give my new underwater housing for the video camera a good workout.  I spent a couple days wading through a breeding colony of bluegill sunfish in Lake Wingra (Madison, WI) shooting video and having … Continue reading

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A few months ago I was attending a large garden consumer trade show and met an artisan selling a very cool vase that was flat and round like a river pebble.  He was demonstrating how they were used to hold … Continue reading

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