Nothobranchius ugandensis (Wildekamp, 1995)
|BREEDING & MAINTENANCE|
Photo by T.R Grady
AVAILABILITY: Uncommon, but in the hobby
INCUBATION: 3-4 Months
BREEDING TECHIQUE: N. ugandensis is bred using the basic Notho technique of providing a container of peat moss and harvesting it on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. This species tends to weaken with age and may reach a point where eggs are no longer viable
Eggs are stored semi-damp. Fry should hatch in 24 hours and will accept new-hatched brine shrimp immediately.