I'll be off to harvest the peat soon. In the meantime a few photos.
Well, just finished harvesting and bagging the peat. Think I used too little peat on this one. Will be taking photos. I saw what I am pretty sure was an egg during the process.
Also to throw this little idea at you. I have been reading the one book you photocopied for me. Tons of good info. The people do different fish and also seem to have slightly varying "philosophies" it seems. One that stands out is water volume and amount of feeding. Some like to use small tanks in which you must be careful about how much you feed, others prefer the safety net a big tank gives you. I was pretty surprised that some kept adult pairs in tanks around U.S 2 gallons. Another is on adding things when water incubating eggs. Some say fungused eggs show less than optimum water quality and so try to keep em really clean, others add a bit of methylene blue or acriflavin to the hatchwater.