Identification and reproduction of kissing fish

It is difficult to identify the male and female kissing fish and observe carefully. In general, the male has a slender body and a slightly enlarged anal fin. The maternity color appears during the breeding period. The body color turns from flesh red to purple and it is shiny and shiny. The female body is wider than the male, the anal fin is smaller, and the abdomen of the female is obviously enlarged.

Kiss fish is an oviparous fish, although it does not spit bubble nest, but the egg is floating, the broodstock has the habit of consuming eggs, so breeding tanks should be planted with some floating plants to facilitate egg attachment. Kissing fish enters sexual maturity in the month of December and can multiply several times a year.

Kissing fish breeding is not difficult. Due to the large size of the kissing fish, breeding cylinders should not be too small. Reproduction water requires a hardness of 6-9, pH 6.5-7.5, and a suitable water temperature of 27 degrees Celsius. The broodstock can be bred into the propagation tank in a ratio of 1:1, and some distilled water can be added to the breeding tank to stimulate the estrus of the broodstock. After a chase, the broodstock began to ovulate and fertilize. The volume of kissing eggs is smaller than the volume of water, so it floats on the surface and the spawning process lasts for several hours. Each female can lay more than 1,000 eggs and some can reach 2000-3000. Kissing fish do not have the habit of protecting eggs. When the eggs are produced, the brooders should be fished out in a timely manner to prevent them from eating their eggs.

The larvae usually hatch after 36 hours of fertilization. The newly hatched larvae cannot float. After two days, the larvae start to swim and feed. The opening food should be fed with “drip water” and the fish can be fed one week later. . After 2 weeks, the larvae were screened and kept in separate cylinders. If you keep well, juveniles grow quickly and can be as descriptive as 30 days.

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