If you are taking tetras, chances are you are cultivated tetras, even if it is unknowingly. In nature, titans usually breed during the rainy season, but in the aquarium they can grow all year round. Female tetras are egg-scatters that usually fill with eggs every ten to fourteen days.
The female tetra sprays its eggs in lumps of fine flowers. The eggs are glue and stick to the plants. However, tetras as well as other tank companions often find Tetra eggs and small fry irresistible delicacy.
If the cultivation of tetras is your goal to keep them, the best thing to do is understand men and women. This allows you to control crops and improve your chances of success. Minor types of female tetras become sexually active between the ages of nine and twelve months and larger species are willing to present at the age of 1 to 2 years.
Male tetras are usually a month or two older than women to be successful.
Men are usually slimmer and colorful than their female companions. As seen from above, the female tetra is clearly plumper and torn due to the structure of the eggs within her body.
Two weeks before the cultivation of tetras, separating men and women within the same tank. This is done simply by placing clear channels between them, which not only gives you control over cultivation but also stimulates spawning behavior as the fish is stored in the eyes of each other. Cultivation of tetracells is also encouraged in the pre-season period by providing them with high quality foods.
When you are ready to introduce tetras, you get the best results by using a special breeding tank, prepared with a dry filter and clean, aged water, where a fine plant of chlorine has been applied. Three ways to finish your tank to protect tetras are:
- Pull the tank with nylon mesh to allow the eggs to fall into the tank from hungry adults.
- Captain the tank with marble to hide the eggs and protect them from cannibalism.
- Plant-rich plants or artificial sprouts in seedlings filled with coarse gravel to trap the eggs and prevent them from being left alone.
Women should be placed in a breeding tank until men, usually the night before they are grown. In addition to allowing her to resign, she also puts the man in a position to court her on her own. This technology can prevent any aggressive offer that it may disclose. After a male has been introduced to the breeding team, it is best to watch his promotional film .
Men often display aggressive behavior during spawning. If the male attacks the female, remove it and leave the pair back. Another woman can be tested or, in addition, two to three women can be introduced to the breeding tanks to keep the mind from concentrating on one's attention. Remove adult fish from the breeding tank immediately after cultivation of tetras.
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