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LizStreithorst

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Vinegar eels
« on: September 22, 2017, 08:45:26 PM »
Does anyone have a vinegar eel culture for sail.  A pair of rams has spawned.  I'm going to try to let the parents raise them but I understand that they are not usually good parents.  Just in case they are successful I'd like to have some vinegar eels on hand.  I have San Francisco baby brine shrimp eggs, but I'd like to have a vinegar eel culture going too.  I understand that they make a good first food for Angelfish fry, as well.

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Re: Vinegar eels
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2017, 05:06:51 AM »
Does anyone have a vinegar eel culture for sail.  A pair of rams has spawned.  I'm going to try to let the parents raise them but I understand that they are not usually good parents.  Just in case they are successful I'd like to have some vinegar eels on hand.  I have San Francisco baby brine shrimp eggs, but I'd like to have a vinegar eel culture going too.  I understand that they make a good first food for Angelfish fry, as well.

...Our culture crashed....yes they are extremely small...and very good with smaller fry...most angel fry can eat bbs...but the smaller sized angel fry, and other smaller species, do well with them...

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