| || || |
02-26-2011, 12:21 AM
Originally Posted by fishtal
With Banggai it is possible to do that, depending on your set up, but the best thing to do would be to pull the male around 21-23 days before he releases the juveniles. Juvenile Banggai are pretty fragile and it's best to move them while the male is still holding them. Mine usually spits them out as soon as I net him and put him in the rearing tank. After that I just put him back and start feeding the juveniles.
As far as angels go, there has been some success with the dwarfs such as flame angels. Larval feeding is the key here as with so many species.
Ok cool, maybe I will give it a try. I know Banggai dont do it as frequently as clowns and if I remember reading a while back their #s are taking a big hit from wild collection because of their more infrequent spawnings. Be a good way to help out IMO
Yeah I know the dwarfs have been successfully done, not easily or often tho unfortunately, and I know they are much more difficult then clowns/ banggai because of the larval stage being longer and requiring a different food as well if I remember right. Maybe someday I will be able to get to that level tho... don't suppose you have come across any good "how to" stuff on breeding angels, ive seen some stuff but most of it just talked about how hard it was to do and low success rates not so much what you need/ how to actually do it!
| || || |