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So about 2 weeks ago I moved a few females from my display into a couple of smaller tanks I set up under the house (much to my wife's dismay). Anyway, I was just doing a water change on one of the tanks and I noticed a single tiny fry hiding under a polly pipe. I have no idea what it is because I had no idea that any of the girls were holding when I moved them, but I couldn't just leave it to be eaten (it's my first baby! Haha). So I dug a floating tank out of my cupboard of stuff and separated it from the two adults in the tank, I also ran an air tube into the top of the fry tank to give the little guy some air. I know my chances are slim, but what do you guys recommend I do to keep the litlle guy alive? It's about a cm long and the possible mothers are an ob zebra, a couple of afra cobue, an Auratus or a red empress. I guess the possible fathers are everything in the display tank. Thanks for reading.
Well after listing all my catfish I have been selling group of 7 or so l144's which i have been growing up since 3cm mark for some time.... But because i be leaving for long holiday overseas i am selling them all. Well guess what someone has already payed me and is picking up the whole group on monday but today i come suprised to see 1 fry sucking on driftwood. I soon find a cave of 24-25 of them along with male. This really cool as it is first time l144's have bred for me but also sad as i have to get rid of them in 10 days
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