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Old 08/07/2017, 04:57 PM   #1
Mattr1010
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Bartlett anthias breeding

My bartlett's have spawned and fry have hatched inside upside down bottle to feed sun coral. They look pretty safe in there. Is there anyone who has any experience in anthias offspring?


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Old 08/08/2017, 02:31 PM   #2
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Do you have any pictures?! I haven't heard of anthias spawning before.

Not really any experience, but live rotifers, green water and freshly hatched baby brine shrimp seem to be a staple in raising saltwater fish.


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Old 08/09/2017, 07:30 AM   #3
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I read an article, though I cant remember where for the life of me, that the same group that hatched and raised the masked angel also hatched and raised some anthias. The eggs were collected from a public aquarium and then sent there and once the eggs hatched and they used up the yolk sacs the young were fed parvo pod napuli to get them started and food size upgraded accordingly as they grew. I think they grew out to be either lyre tail or Bartlett's but I cant recall.


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I read an article, though I cant remember where for the life of me, that the same group that hatched and raised the masked angel also hatched and raised some anthias. The eggs were collected from a public aquarium and then sent there and once the eggs hatched and they used up the yolk sacs the young were fed parvo pod napuli to get them started and food size upgraded accordingly as they grew. I think they grew out to be either lyre tail or Bartlett's but I cant recall.
This is a tough one. I scoured forums looking for info. I would suggest trying the Marine Breeders Initiative at www.mbisite.org, there are many accomplished and published breeders on there that might be able to point you in the right direction.

Edit* I found this! http://www.mbisite.org/Forums/tm.aspx?m=99682



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Old 09/16/2017, 02:41 PM   #5
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I read an article, though I cant remember where for the life of me, that the same group that hatched and raised the masked angel also hatched and raised some anthias. The eggs were collected from a public aquarium and then sent there and once the eggs hatched and they used up the yolk sacs the young were fed parvo pod napuli to get them started and food size upgraded accordingly as they grew. I think they grew out to be either lyre tail or Bartlett's but I cant recall.
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