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Incubation Times For Peat-Spawning-Killifish Eggs

Incubation Times For Peat-Spawning-Killifish Eggs

Incubation Times For Peat-Spawning-Killifish Eggs
Genus Species 20° C
68° F
24° C
75° F
27° C
80° F
30° C
86° F
Campellolebias brucei 7 Weeks
Campellolebias chrysolineatus 7 Weeks
Campellolebias dorsimaculatus 7 Weeks
Cynolebias adloffi 3 Months 6-8 Weeks
Cynolebias affinis 3 Months 2-3 Months
Cynolebias albipunctatus 3 Months
Cynolebias alexandri 3 Months 6-8 Weeks
Cynolebias bellottii 3 Months 6-8 Weeks
Cynolebias carvalhoi 2-3 Months
Cynolebias cheradophilus 3 Months
Cynolebias cinereus 3 Months
Cynolebias cyaneus 3 Months
Cynolebias elongatus 3 Months
Cynolebias griseus 2-3 Months
Cynolebias gymnoventris 3 Months
Cynolebias leptocephalus
Cynolebias luteoflammulatus 3 Months
Cynolebias melanoorus 3 Months
Cynolebias nigripinnis 3 Months 8 Weeks
Cynolebias nioni 6-8 Weeks
Cynolebias nonoiuliensis 3 Months
Cynolebias perforatus 3 Months
Cynolebias porosus 3 Months
Cynolebias prognathus 3 Months
Cynolebias robustus 3 Months
Cynolebias vazferrerai
Cynolebias viarius 3 Months
Cynolebias wolterstorffi 4 Months
Cynolebias sp. "CXCL 008" 6-8 Weeks
Cynopoecilus melanotaenia 3 Months 6-8 Weeks
Leptolebias aureoguttatus 7 Weeks
Leptolebias citrinipinnis 7 Weeks
Leptolebias cruzi
Leptolebias fluminensis 7 Weeks
Leptolebias fractifasciatus
Leptolebias marmoratus
Leptolebias minimus 7 Weeks
Leptolebias nanus
Leptolebias sandrii
Maratecoara formosa
Maratecoara lacortei
Millerichthys robustus
Moema piriana 3-4 Months
Moema pepotei
Moema portugali
Moema staecki 3-4 Months
Neofundulus guaporensis
Neofundulus ornatipinnis
Neofundulus parvipinnis
Neofundulus paraguayensis 3-4 Months
Pituna poranga 3 Months 2 Months
Pituna stellifer
Plesiolebias aruana 3 Months 2 Months
Plesiolebias bellus
Plesiolebias bitteri 3 Months 2 Months
Plesiolebias damascenoi
Plesiolebias lacerdai
Plesiolebias glaucopterus
Plesiolebias xavantei 3 Months 2 Months
Pterolebias hoignei 3-4 Months
Pterolebias longipinnis 3-4 Months
Pterolebias obliquus
Pterolebias peruensis 5-6 Months 3-4 Months
Pterolebias phasianus 3-4 Months 10 Weeks
Pterolebias rubrocaudatus
Pterolebias wischmanni 3-4 Months
Pterolebias xiphophorus 5-7 Months
Pterolebias zonatus 5-6 Months 3-4 Months 2-3 Months
Rachovia brevis 6 Weeks
Rachovia hummelincki 6 Weeks
Rachovia limnaeus 6 Weeks
Rachovia maculipinnis 3-4 Months
Rachovia pyropunctata 6 Weeks
Rachovia transilis 3-4 Months
Simpsonichthys alternatus
Simpsonichthys antenori 2 Months
Simpsonichthys boitonei 2-3 Months
Simpsonichthys bokermanni 7 Weeks
Simpsonichthys chacoensis 2 Months
Simpsonichthys constanciae 6 Weeks
Simpsonichthys costai 2 Months
Simpsonichthys filamentosus
Simpsonichthys flammeus 2 Months
Simpsonichthys flavicaudatus 2 Months
Simpsonichthys fulminantis 8 Weeks
Simpsonichthys ghisolfii 6 Weeks
Simpsonichthys hellneri 12 Weeks 8 Weeks
Simpsonichthys magnificus 8 Months 5 Months 7 Weeks
Simpsonichthys multiradiatus
Simpsonichthys myersi 7 Weeks
Simpsonichthys notatus 7 Weeks
Simpsonichthys santanae
Simpsonichthys stellatus 10 Weeks
Simpsonichthys trilineatus
Simpsonichthys whitei 8 Weeks 6 Weeks
Simpsonichthys zonatus 7 Weeks
Simpsonichthys spec. "Schoelzel" 2-3 Months
Spectrolebias semiocellatus
Terranatos dolichopterus 3-4 Months
Trigonectes aplocheiloides
Trigonectes balzani 3-4 Months
Trigonectes macrophthalmus
Trigonectes roguaguae
Trigonectes rubromarginatus 3-4 Months
Trigonectes strigabundus 3-4 Months
NOTE on Callopanchax

You won't find eggs as they are highly sticky and rather small. Any eggs you may find will not develop! Only healthy eggs literally adhese to the peat. Kepp the peat moister than for Nothos, store fairly warm and try after 3 months, then every 2 weeks until 6 months. Not every months as late eggs will develop immediately after a wet and die off if stored for too long then. This to me is the main reason for low hatches in Callopanchax. There are a few pops in the hobby still but sadly many have vanished simply because people treat them like Fundulopanchax which they are definitely not in any way.

- Steffen Helller, July 2014.

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