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Thread: Danio Primer
02-20-2008, 04:59 AM #11
Originally Posted by karbomb
I said they said they are ideal for the 75-degree tank. They don't do well in the high 70's and low 80's of most tropical tanks. They do best between 72 and 75, thus your tank is pretty much perfect for him, temperature-wise.
If you ever get into well-planted tanks, a 20 gallon would be a pretty sight with 24-36 CPD's and 12 Danio choprai.
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02-20-2008, 05:20 AM #12
0Originally Posted by Dave66
02-20-2008, 04:08 PM #13
Great post Dave!!! Another great serving of great aquarist knowledge.....75 Gallon South Cichlid: Tiger Oscar and Jack Dempsey
55 Gallon GT Tank: 1 Male GT and 8 Giant Danio
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03-04-2008, 02:43 PM #14
Awesome write up! Im a big Danio Fan, and I really enjoyed reading this! I also learned some great new stuff including about the CPD's which I think I would really like. Im gonna try and find a pic of them because im very curious!Tank1) 10G-Partially plant, Comm Tank. Topfin 10G Biobag Filter, small airstone. Some plastic plants for now. Lots of Java Moss on bridge like lavarock, 1 mini Sword in pot, floating clump of Riccia, water sprite, both floating and planted. 2-14W CFL's "Daylight". 3 WPG.
6 Danios (4 zebra,2 Leopard)
3 Albino Cory Cats
Tank2) 2.5 G Betta Tank. Tiny Tetra Whisper filter w/ airpump. Java Moss,floating water sprite, Riccia Fluitans. Male Crowntail Betta. 1 Small gold mystery snail
11-17-2008, 11:00 PM #15
I picked up eleven zebra danios today at my LFS on a whim. I placed four of them in my 10g planted tank that's in the process of growing and then the other seven in my 29g because I wanted some fish that stayed in the top level of the water.
11-18-2008, 03:35 AM #16
Very educational Dave! Thanks for the lesson.Ray Your Freindly Neighborhood,Fully Mod-ified, Self-appointed Pic Hound!! Need pics!!!
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03-01-2009, 03:55 PM #17
Thanks A Lot The Information Was very UsefulSoundar A
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04-02-2009, 10:04 PM #18
I wouldn't exactly say glofish are on the market as very few countries do not have a ban on selling geneticly modifed animals.SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-20-2009, 02:44 AM #19
This is a fantastic wealth of knowledge! Thank you so much.
I had no idea Zebras would breed so often. I have, I think, 4 females and 3 males. I know two of the females are of egg-laying age and size.
I'll have to try it out. :D
Thanks again for the great info!
07-18-2010, 02:15 AM #20
Perfect timing for me to find this article.
I'm moving next weekend and when I half Drained my Danio tank I stopped and checked my emails to take a break.
When I went back it looked like there was a bunch of mosiquito's on my tank in the water. I had to do a second look!!!!
My one Danio seemed fat but I thought it was overfeeding.
Then I read about Zebra female Danio's having white bellies which she had.
I just left it for awhile and she seemed fat for awhile so I quit watching.
Until today when I wanted to drain my tank and take it to the new place and set it up for next weekend's move.
Well that set me back a few hours cause I had to get a tank ready for them.
Couldn't catch them cause some were on the sides so I guess they were born today when the water load was lightened.
So now I have 4 small tanks to move.
I cooked an egg and added some of their water to it cause I read to feed babies hard boiled egg yolks. Least that's what I do with my platties.
The one batch I didn't and they took a long time to grow.
So thanks again. Now I know they must be only 1 day old.