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Old 11-07-2006, 07:08 PM   #1
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Clown fish eggs turning white, Help!


I just transfered a live rock w/ False percula eggs on it to a fry tank. They should hatch soon, they eyes turned silver, but today i noticed a patch of eggs has gone bad and turned white. Should I remove these egs by scraping them off the rock or just leave them.

Tank set up 20L w/ air stone and foam filter.
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how did you move them? don't touch the rock until the remainder hatch.
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I moved them on the rock out of the water, which I thought was ok.
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it is better to keep it in the water when you move it. that may be dieoff from the air. if you can see the eyes then they should hatch really soon.
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Old 11-07-2006, 07:51 PM   #5
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can you take pics of them, I'm curios how they look like

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Old 11-08-2006, 10:35 AM   #6
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YAY!!! They Hatched!!!
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All the rest of the eggs are white should i remove the lr they are on now?
Twitterbait, have you had any success with non-live food or baby brine in th eearly stages?
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no, the instinct seems too strong in the early stages. you really need greenwater and rots to keep em going in the beginning.
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congrats to the new parents !
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update 5 or 6 lived a few days the end
need live food
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Sorry to hear. yes you really need greenwater and rotifers to get them going. they also prefer a black tank.

next time maybe.
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