Are you interested in breeding Marine Fish and Inverts? - Carolina Fish Talk
View Poll Results: Are you interested in breeding Marine Fish and Inverts?
No, I have no interest in breeding them myself. 0 0%
I'm interested, but don't see it happening. 7 36.84%
I plan to breed marine fish. 7 36.84%
I plan to breed marine shrimp. 1 5.26%
I plan to breed other marine inverts. 0 0%
I currently breed marine fish. 4 21.05%
I currently breed marine shrimp. 0 0%
I currently breed other marine inverts. 0 0%
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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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Are you interested in breeding Marine Fish and Inverts?

I was just wonderring who here was interested in breeding Marine Fish and Inverts. If you have multiple answers, just list your main focus and then feel free to post about the others.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 10:45 AM
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I'd love to learn to do it and I think it would be rewarding but... time/$/available space are all contributors to why I don't see it happening for me in the near future.

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I've always been interested in potentially breeding either of our pairs of clownfish (black & white occellaris and naked), but have not had either pair do much other than, well, pair up. Then, I picked up a pair of Banggai cardinals and within a few months they decided to start breeding without me even trying to encourage them. I'm hoping that I can keep up with them and grow the fry out to a decent size before I run out of space.
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I'd love to learn to do it and I think it would be rewarding but... time/$/available space are all contributors to why I don't see it happening for me in the near future.
I feel the exact same way. I'd like to do it at some point but not any time soon.

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If Kim keeps posting pics of baby seahorses my family will want me to bread them.

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