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Pseudomugil furcatus
Forktail rainbow
breeding notes

BREEDING: Easy to breed. Pseudomugil furcatus lays large eggs, just a few at a time, amongst plants, spawning mops or in the substrate. The fry hatch after 7-10 days, and should be raised separately. Regular feedings of newly hatched artemia nauplii will improve colouration of this fish.

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