They have been cleaning off the back wall most of the day (kissing and pecking at the wall)
I went in to feed them dinner...and the eggs were there!
Still researching though, may have to find a little nemo chastity belt until I can get this down pat! lol
Give me a moment to get a better pic...but here is what I got so far.
(tank is NOT 100% clear because I have not done anything to it this week to allow the clowns time to "do the do" , so don't mind the glass )
ok- sorry...trying to download some better pics..... I am wanting to possibly do a "diary" or an online journal, if that makes sense? To log what is going on, and have pics/videos of each day so I can ask questions for that exact situation....let's see if it will work?
Jamie: I am still a newbie on this.... as of right now I am feeding brine, mixed with a itty bitty bit of flake and pellet..... a few times a day. I am just getting into the "putting the plan into action" (but the clowns beat me to it!) of what I have been reading, and will be adding to their diet...and feeding about 4 times a day. I am going with this as there is much success going on over @ Fishtal's! http://fishtalpropagations.com/FoodRecipes.aspx
The ONLY problem I have at this moment......I was getting some phyto from a club member... but can't reach him- will keep trying as I am not sure who else has any. I was going to order it online and start culturing, but the fishies got frisky and ....well here I am - no baby food (phyto/rotifers).
It won't be here and be ready in time.
So..... I will send out a facebook message to see if he is online...or if anyone else is willing to share to get me going
As far as phyto goes, I use some live but more of the Instant Algae from Reed Mariculture. I'm currently trying their new Roti-Grow product for rotifer culturing and their Roti-Green for greenwater on my next batch. You can find my thoughts on the differences between using live and non-live phyto on my site.
I just noticed that you are in FL. If you were closer I'd give you some starter cultures of rotifers and phyto. If you can't find a local hobbyist, try Florida Aqua Farms. They are great people and have what you need.
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Youtube is such a dork...they give you the option of buying itunes, but you can't use the song. I bought it anyway, so I am keeping my video as Marvin Gaye... just goes so well with the video :D
I will be making a dvd of the entire journal anyway, so I will change the music up here and there...no biggie.
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