As I've mentioned in other threads, I'm going to be attempting to breed the Celestial Pearl Danio (Danio margaritatus) and was also previously known as the Galaxy Rasbora. There is a range of information out there on the internet with regards to how easy they are to breed, notably I received the following information after contacting the Bolton Aquatics Museum... I thought I'd create a journal type thread here to document my results, pass on information to others and also increase the visibility of Ukaps (I'd rather post it here than on a generic site); as I've found that there are many people who ask for information but there is limited information (that I have found) in the public domain. If anyone could offer any advice or comments on breeding these fish please feel free to post it on here. My Setup 12x10x8 Optiwhite Nano Tank Tropica Vesicularia dubyana AquaEl Air Pump 100 Algarde Non Return Valve Ocean Free Bio-Foam Filter 100 Hydor Mini Heater 15W Arcpod 11W Light Thermometer All but the Thermometer was sourced from http://www.aquaessentials.co.uk I have setup the tank today and have used the bottom of a plant basket from B&Q and a hairnet to create a moss mat for where I hope the spawning will take place. Here's a photo of it as of now... I'm going to let the filter cycle and have seeded it from my external on my other tank. I plan to put a lone female in the tank for a week to condition her up by feeding her more protein food than usual and then introduce a male or two until they spawn. Once the eggs are scattered (hopefully in the moss) I'll remove both and await the fry. I have a brine shrimp hatcher ready and waiting and also liquid and powder fry food. Hopefully this will be a successful project as I've never bred fish before. The hardest thing will be catching a female in the first place!