... but red makes me think Macropus. Unfortunately, either way they would be small eggs (there may be a couple in the Macropus complex that are not but the comment was not clear on the specific species and for sure (ie thought to be).Indo Pacific makes me think its an Abdopus.
I will definitely document everything I can. I've breed tons of fish but i'm very excited about this. I will do my best not to disappoint. Any suggestions on food? Is artemis a really a bad source? I feed my corals artemis. there are mysis in Lake Tahoe, but I have no idea on how to catch them.DWhatley;190713 said:I don't recall any Macropus hatchlings. Beldar did brood but we never saw young but she had been in the tank longer than we think the sperm stays viable. If they do hatch please do your darndest to get a few pictures. The easiest way will be to catch one (turkey baster or cup recommended) and put it in a clear shallow container with tank water. Photograph with a dime under the container and/or a ruler.
I have only had one batch of palegic hatchlings and they were squid that died within two days. They reminded me of fleas (they are that tiny) and were about the same size as my infertile O. vulgaris eggs from LittleBit (that are still sitting in saltwater and still have not deteriorated :roll). Do some reading in the thread I mentioned for some ideas.