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    Posted: January 12 2014 at 1:19am
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

Generaneral
Species: Scartella cristata
Social Structure: group of 6
Size of Individuals: 2" to 2.5"
Age of Individuals: unknown
Date added to Tank: January 1 2014

Broodstock Tank Details
Size of Tank: 55 gallon
Substrate Details:none  
Filtration Details: live rock in sump  
Water Changes: none
Water Temperature: 78F
Lighting: Ambient room lighting  
Lighting Cycle: 14 on 10 off  
Other Tank Inhabitants: none  

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Food Types: frozen Mysis, Krill, Plankton, Brine Shrimp.  
Feeding Schedule: Several times daily

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Date of First Spawn:January 2014  
Spawn Time of Day: unknown
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Courtship Details: not witnessed
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Egg Color: clear with brownish tint
Egg Count: 250-300 can't see them all

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Edited by sabeypets - January 12 2014 at 1:42am
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Molly Miller huh?  Hey Faith, did you see this?

That is a cool fish to study.

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I'll post pics when I get a minute.
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 Molly Miller Eggs

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If you look close there is Molly Miller Larvae in the bottom left corner of the glass.
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When they get to be about and inch big can you post pics? I have a fish mystery that could be attached to this fish.
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Its been a little over a year since we have worked with these. They laid eggs yesterday, soooo we are going to try to raise these again!!!
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Need To get pics up they hatched!
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Sabey pets was just his username before he bought A Reef Oasis. So now that he owns A Reef Oasis he has that one as well
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Originally posted by Hogie Hogie wrote:

Pretty sweet! Random question, what is the difference between sabey pets and a reef oasis? Same thing?
 
Ya, what Jackie said, Sabeypets was/is my user name on here for years, A Reef Oasis is a Saltwater Store I opened in Orem.
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It only let me post one picture, with their dark pectoral fins they look like little flies when they swim.
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"The Molly Miller blenny might best be described as a "utility fish." This not-so-fussy eater has earned a reputation as an effective aquarium scavenger; it is known to feed on nuisance algae and detritus, and is widely reputed to feed on cyanobacteria and Aiptasia spp. sea anemones. If even half of these reports hold up to truth, the Molly Miller blenny could truly be the preeminent clean-up critter of the marine aquarium fish trade."
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How's your survival rate on the hatch? Is the your first time raising them?
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Originally posted by Hogie Hogie wrote:

How's your survival rate on the hatch? Is the your first time raising them?
 
Survival rate this time is about 20%, This is the first time I have got them this far. I have tried in the past and they have all died. They are an extremely active larvae and need lots of food. I think I starved them in the past.
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