Breeding volume

Breeding volume

Postby Frankyreef » Fri Nov 29, 2013 8:34 am

Dear all,
I will prepare the aquarias for my fish room and I would like some advises about the volume for the different species. Could you recommend to me for you the best volume to breed the following species?
Thank you very much per advance!!!
If you any idea of others species : you are very welcome!!!
Each species will be alone except for P. kauderni and C. altivelis, I will try to breed in the same aquaria.

Species Theorical volume (L) (g)
Apogon leptacanthus (x10) 80 (20)
Pterapogon kauderni (x20) 480 (125)
Amblygobius phalaena (x2) 80 (20)
Gobiodon citrinus (x2) 40 (10)
Gobiodon okinawae (x2) 10 (3)
Elacatinus oceanops (x2) 40 (10)
Elacatinus puncticulatus (x2) 10 (3)
Valenciennea strigatas (x2) 40 (10)
Gramma loreto (1 male, 2 fem) 160 (45)
Gramma melacara (1male, 2 fem) 160 (45)
Opistognathus aurifrons (x6) 160 (45)
Calloplesiops altivelis (x4) 480 (125)
Amphiprion ocellaris (x2) 60 (15)
Amphiprion percula (x2) 60 (15)
Pseudochromis aldabraenis (x2) 60 (15)
Pseudochromis fridmani (x2) 60 (15)
Lysmata amoinensis (x2) 10 (3)
Lysmata wurdemanni (x2) 10 (3)
Doryrhamphus excisus (x4) 80 (20)
Hippocampus kuda (x6) 240 (65)

Thank you so much again!
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Luis A M » Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:49 am

Of course,the larger the better,but you could keep/breed all them in 10gals-40L.Except for the marine bettas and perhaps the seahorses.
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Frankyreef » Mon Dec 02, 2013 6:47 am

Thanks Luis for your answer!
I am a little surprise about the Gramma loreto.
I think I will start with these volumes. As you say : larger is better. And I have place.
Thank you very much!
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Frankyreef » Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:49 pm

Any idea for others species?
Perhaps Salaria fasciatus, I read it is possible...
Anything else?
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Luis A M » Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:36 pm

Blennies are easy to raise,but rather than Salarias,I would choose Meiacanthus or Ecsenius :wink:
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Sylvio » Thu Jan 02, 2014 11:49 pm

Hallo

Thomas Ackermann aus Deutschland hat Salaria fasciatus gezüchtet.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgO13JU9T0s

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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Frankyreef » Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:45 pm

Interesting!
So I add Salarias fasciatus!
Good also for Meiacanthus (small volume are enough and I have place).
I just found also the Assessor. Any experiences?
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Frankyreef » Fri Jan 03, 2014 5:46 pm

Do you have experience about the volume needed for the broodstock of Meiacanthus and Salaria fasciatus?
I have to order my future tanks!!!
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Re: Breeding volume

Postby Sylvio » Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:51 am

Sorry da hab ich mich geirrt :?
er züchtet Salaria fluviatilis Süßwasserschleimfisch

und nicht Salaria fasciatus

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Re: Breeding volume

Postby lauralouise90 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 12:08 pm

Personally I'd breed the seahorses in their own separate tank, so as Luis said the 10Gal should be fine
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