could you further elaborate?DutchAquarium said:your not really drying the killifish eggs. Your going to want to keep the eggs in some damp peatmoss for a few months until you are ready to hatch them out.
are annuals or non annuals best for breeding/keeping eggs 'dry' for longerDutchAquarium said:Yes, damp sand or peat moss. The eggs depending on the species might be in the moss for 3 months.
lol same that's one of the reasons I want to breed them that and I have to give credit to the members of this forum who helped me make the decision to breed themCanadianFishFan said:I'm so interested in this after KingOfDIY did his! So cool how they do it in the wild.
so for shipping to customers annuals are bestDutchAquarium said:Non Annual killifish don't have a drying out period. The eggs take usually 3ish weeks to hatch. annual kilifish need to be kept in peat for about 3 months.