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Spawning Bundoon Blennies

by TFH Magazine on June 22, 2011 at 11:05 am

An adult bundoon blenny Meiacanthus bundoon. Photograph by Matt Wittenrich.

Clownfish are among the most popular fish that beginning marine fish breeders attempt to reproduce, however they may not be the easiest. Although their larvae are larger than most, and therefore easier to raise, it can take years for a clownfish pair to begin spawning.

That’s why master marine fish breeder Matt Wittenrich, PhD recommends using bundoon blennies Meiacanthus bundoon for a beginner’s first project. Bundoon blennies have large larvae that are relatively easy to raise and can even handle less-than-perfect water quality.

Check out the mating dance in Matt’s video of his Spawning Bundoon Blennies.

And click here to read Matt’s full article “Breeding Bundoon Blennies” in the August 2011 issue of TFH.

Posted in Aquatic Videos by TFH Magazine on June 22nd, 2011 at 11:05 am.

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