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Old 25-05-2008, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default My yamoto berried

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i read somewhere the process of breeding yamotos is very complicated - need salt water etc. So basically these eggs got no chance ah?

pls correct me if im wrong
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Old 25-05-2008, 04:39 PM   #2
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i read somewhere the process of breeding yamotos is very complicated - need salt water etc. So basically these eggs got no chance ah?

pls correct me if im wrong
wow bro very detailed pictures!! are those the little eyes of the baby yamatos?

yea i think they need brackish water to survive.. read it somewhere
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Old 25-05-2008, 06:58 PM   #3
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watch out..they are going to hatch in a few days or a week.
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Old 25-05-2008, 07:21 PM   #4
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heard and read afew threads about them.

Their eggs turn into a larvae stage before becoming shrimplets. and when they become shrimplets, you can introduce them back to the tank.

Correct me if im wrong guys.
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Old 25-05-2008, 11:10 PM   #5
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Great picture. Keep me updated when it hatch - to look at the babies...
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Old 25-05-2008, 11:41 PM   #6
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are yamotoes aggressive....last time I have a few and it grab my guppy and neon tetra.
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Old 26-05-2008, 12:14 AM   #7
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i think u must transfer to a salt water tank after some time den straight after u see the eggs are gone transfer back. The salt water tank best is with some algae or something for the larve to feed on. once they become shrimplets slowly change the water back to fresh
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Old 26-05-2008, 01:22 AM   #8
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i read somewhere the process of breeding yamotos is very complicated - need salt water etc. So basically these eggs got no chance ah?

pls correct me if im wrong
wah bro, if u need to sell them pls let mi noe, haha im looking for assorted ones
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Old 26-05-2008, 11:27 AM   #9
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wah bro, if u need to sell them pls let mi noe, haha im looking for assorted ones
GOOD, I'm glad if there is someone who can take care of them. You have PM

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are yamotoes aggressive....last time I have a few and it grab my guppy and neon tetra.
i shared them with my CRS and WITNESS PERSONALLY they grab an adult CRS and tried to eat it! I thought the CRS die liao but when i took it away from the yamoto it swam away fine.

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heard and read afew threads about them.

Their eggs turn into a larvae stage before becoming shrimplets. and when they become shrimplets, you can introduce them back to the tank.

Correct me if im wrong guys.
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i think u must transfer to a salt water tank after some time den straight after u see the eggs are gone transfer back. The salt water tank best is with some algae or something for the larve to feed on. once they become shrimplets slowly change the water back to fresh
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watch out..they are going to hatch in a few days or a week.
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wow bro very detailed pictures!! are those the little eyes of the baby yamatos?

yea i think they need brackish water to survive.. read it somewhere
Ya i think those should be the eyes la. Thanks for all the advice bros, what it heard is along those lines also. In fact i think there is this whole big guide to breed them...very leh cheh...dun think i wan to go through that much effort leh so I'll just pass it to bbpippen
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Old 27-05-2008, 01:36 PM   #10
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thanks bro daniel for his nice gesture, shrimps plus some fauna collected already
separated the pregnant yamato to a 1ft moss tank to monitor her =]
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