Koi fry day 2

in busy •  5 months ago

The koi / comet fry are starting to come to the surface a little more. The tub has rainwater and chlorine-treated pond water - no untreated tap water. There is a UV filter running and an air-line with air stone. The water is slowly clearing and I hope to see more fry soon.

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Second video for today. The 'steam train' you can hear is my barmy dog. I spotted one fry and another joined it for a little while.

I'm using koi food plus lots of dried mealworms, crushed to a fine powder. That will have to be OK until the stage 1,2, and 3 food arrives.

As you can probably guess, I'm totally winging it, I've never tried to bring-on the eggs the Koi have spawned before.

I only hope I get something right and I end up with a few new fish.

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great post like it and upvoted!!
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The first photo is very similar to the tadpoles in my area, often used for freshwater fish food

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Ah, these are almost too small to see, really tiny tadpoles, but these won't be sprouting legs :)

Thanks for the word "barmy," Michelle. A new word to me.

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Haha! You're most welcome :)

Congratulations on your replenishment. I hope in the future to see your updated pond in which will be full of fish :)

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Oooh that would be exciting, wouldn't it!

very exciting even for your dog.
Great videos with sound...loving it!

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He is really curious and way too big to be involved with the tinies :)

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lol ... dogs are cool

Great post like it and upvoted

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This is exciting! You may end up with more new fish than you realise. Love the barmy dog! LOL I thought only my dogs were!

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I didn't have much luck with the last lot of fry I bought, the majority of them died soon after I bought them and I put the survivors in the pond... I think they may have been eaten by the bigger ones.

I hope a few of these survive, it'd be nice to be able to say I grew them :)

Yes, the dogs are barmy... ;)