[Zbrafish] Re: Zbrafish Digest, Vol 20, Issue 1

Tiago Filipe Baptista da Rosa Repolho via zbrafish%40net.bio.net (by trepolho At bio.ua.pt)
Sun Jan 7 06:53:37 EST 2007


Hi Jason,

Why don´t you try out a simple method:

- Place a tank filled with system water alongside with the 
tank that you want to remove the marble from.
- Remove the fish first to the other tank, then remove the 
marble boxes and afterwards place the fish back into the 
original tank.

- The only "problem" is that fish will be hadled twice but 
as long as you have fine mesh fish nets, that will not be 
a problem for the fish, specially for their fins.


Tiago

Em Sat, 6 Jan 2007 12:00:50 -0500 (EST)
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> Date: 4 Jan 2007 19:55:49 -0800
>From: jason.cockington At gmail.com
> Subject: [Zbrafish] Collecting embryos from AHAB 
>photoperiod tanks
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> Hi all,
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> just out of curiousity, how do people collect embryos 
>out of their AHAB
> photoperiod tanks??
> 
> I just ask, because since we upgraded from our old, home 
>made system,
> to our new AHAB unit, we have been finding collection a 
>fiddlly
> process.
> 
> We place a tray about 5cm deep with marbles in it (2 
>marbles deep)
> 
> This works fine, except, when we go to get the trays out 
>of the tanks,
> the fish either swim into the marbles and get trapped, 
>or there will be
> some kamakazi fish who jump out of the tank entirely.
> 
> i am just curious to hear if anyone else has come across 
>a similar
> thing, and if you have, how you went about minimizing 
>hassle.
> 
> one possible solution i thought of was getting some 
>slime line trays,
> that would hold 2 layers of marbles but no deeper, thus 
>decreasing the
> space restriction.
> 
> 
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Tiago Filipe Baptista da Rosa Repolho
Departamento de Biologia
Universidade de Aveiro
Campus de Santiago
3810 - 193
Aveiro
Portugal
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