A good spawning tank will increase your chances of breeding fish successfully. At the same time, it is essential to understand the needs of a particular species.
Breeding GloFish is not a difficult task, and the fish will often spawn readily without the fish keeper's knowledge as long as their basic needs are met. To optimize spawning conditions, the adult fish should be offered a high-quality diet consisting of live and frozen food. After a week or two of conditioning, a large (50 percent or more) water change can help induce the fish to breed. Some keepers also have success with dropping the water level to a few inches. When ready to mate, the female will drop her eggs to be fertilized by the male.
The idea behind the study is to develop a genomic breeding tool that allows the breeders to find the breeding fish with the best traits for a given production environment without having to test them in this environment first.
Introduction to Breeding Angelfish: At one time or another almost every tropical fish hobbyist makes an attempt at breeding angelfish. It is easy to understand why, since angelfish are one of our most beautiful tropical fish, are relatively easy to care for, make a great show piece, come in many varieties and even fetches a good price at pet shops. With this much going for them, it is no wonder that angelfish attract so many would-be angelfish breeders. These hopeful aquarists can have a good experience in their attempt to raise and breed angelfish or they can face constant frustration until they eventually give up and go on to something else. It is our hope that after reading this, you too can experience the joys of raising and breeding angelfish. Once you get the procedure down, you should be able to raise at least 90% of the eggs laid, into sellable juveniles. Keep in mind that this procedure will vary, depending on your circumstances. Some people are simply dealing with worse conditions and much more care has to go into the spawn to raise it.