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Suitable tank for breeding S.Officinalis and for babies



Colin

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i'd say at least 300 - 500 gals for breeding them, preferably round plastic ponds and as large a tank as possible for rearing larvae... with a good source of food!

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Henry100

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Thanks for the quick reply and your useful advice.I think about getting two of them by fishing and then introducing them to a 210 ltrs marine aquarium that I recently baught.In future,I wish to have the chance of owning such a big tank.
 


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