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    Posted: October 30 2012 at 7:59pm
Breeding Journal DataSheet
This first post should be updated regularly to include new information as events take place or changes are made to your system

General
Species:Elysia Clarki  
Social Structure: pair (hermaphrodites) 
Size of Individuals: 2"
Age of Individuals: unknown 
Date added to Tank: 10/13/2012  

Broodstock Tank Details
Size of Tank: 1500ml 
Substrate Details: none  
Filtration Details: none  
Water Changes: 90% daily 
Water Temperature: 77 F  
Lighting: 9 watt   
Lighting Cycle: on 24 hours a day 
Other Tank Inhabitants: none  

Broodstock Feeding Details
Food Types: bryopsis, chaetomorpha linum, Halimeda  
Feeding Schedule: always present  

Spawning Details
Date of First Spawn: 10/28/2012  
Spawn Time of Day: unknown  
Dates of Consecutive Spawns:  
Courtship Details: none observed  
Egg Size: .5mm  
Egg Color: white 
Egg Count: 500

Hatch Details
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Larval Tank Details
Temperature:  80
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Metamorphosis/Settlement
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Grow-Out Tank Details
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Additional Information
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You will be required to provide photographic evidence in this thread of each event submitted for the MBI Program.
If your thread does not contain these photos the MBI Committee will not be able to approve your reports.




Edited by sabeypets - October 31 2012 at 11:45pm
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What's the pictures of?
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20 G Long Frag

My Tank Progress =)
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Lettuce nudi and eggstrand

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They have hatched I can count 60 but I'm sure there are a lot more as they are hard to see. I circled 4 in the top pic. Sure wished I had a microscope.
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Any alive still?
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Umm... I think so, they are so tiny its hard to tell.....
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Looks like there are at least a couple hundred.
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Are these a type of clean up crew?

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 Could be. They are known to eat bryopsis (type of hair algae), and a couple other types of algae.

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Awesome!!!
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