besides one or two smart fry who can figure out that they can swim up to mom, if they want to (usualy swim bck down, if not mom just ignores them for some reason)besides that nothing to complain about.
The best feature on this thing is that it floats. I don't have to worry about trying to hang it on the tank with metal clips only to have it get in the way of water changes or other maintenance. I have three and use them regularly for holding females. When they spit out the fry, I pull the mother out and let the fry hang out and grow out a bit. Be careful of the vents, though. Just like regular net breeders, larger fish will try to suck food, including fry, through the vents.
I've used this product many times, ranging from small community fish to small to medium sized cichlids that are holding or injured. The largest one is great for growing out those fry till they are approx 0.5 inches, then transporting them to a new tank. Plus it's clear so you can watch what's going on inside and make sure that the little guys are growing big and strong or that nothing is going wrong w/ the injured ones. I'd recommend this to anyone. thanks, J.LEE
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