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rdebonis April 10th, 2009 01:05 PM

Breeding Saltwater Fish
 
I would like to begin breeding Salt Water fish. I have bred Freshwater fish, are Saltwater Fish difficult to breed? Are there any Saltwater Fish that are easy to breed that a beginner could start with? What type of equipment would I need, tank size, filters, heaters, skimmers, sumps, etc?

alazandv May 4th, 2009 11:30 AM

They are a bit harder to breed and the fry are much harder to raise due to their specialized food requirements. Cultivating phyto plankton and rotifers is a must with saltwater fish. The fry also tend to be smaller then what we are used to see with freshwater fish, therefore their food must be that much smaller.


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