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Mono Sebae question

Discussion in 'Brackish' started by svenkesd, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. svenkesd

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    Has anyone ever grown mono sebaes to full size (over 8")? If so, do you have any secrets to your success of getting them huge? I am growing them in brackish now, about 1.010, and slowly increasing salt content. Any other advise?
     
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    ive only got mine 3 months and they went from 1.5inches to 4inches and thats in fresh water...

    i was hoping to keep them for about 2yrs before tranfering them to a marine setup but at the rate they going im wondering how long they can survive in my fresh water setup.

    apparently they grow quite fast in a tall tank im told, whether there is any truth to this i wouldnt know.
     
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    Feed heavily and change lots of water. A protein skimmer is a good idea as well.
     

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