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Old 09/30/2019, 10:18 AM   #15
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I have not had much luck with store bought Rotifers. The counts were extremely low.
Mine hatch within 24 hours of the eyes going silver, yup 10-12 days from lay to hatch (ish)

Keep light dim. You will need to keep Rotifers in water for consumption for sure 7-10 days, then you can try to transition using pulverized flake and slowly ween the Rotifers.

I keep my Rotifers in phyto and Selcon for about 4 hours before slowly dropping them into the fry tank.

When they get this right, I would expect 200-300 eggs, 10 wil be hard to work with.

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