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Birds do it, Bees do it...even viejita II SuperRed's do it!

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Noticed the other day that our Apistogramma borelli pair had fry!

Noticed today that the Inca 50's have fry!

Noticed 5 minutes ago the viejita II Super Red's have spawned!

Must be something in the water... :woohoo:

In terms of spawning, most pairs just have a little pile of driftwood and plants (java fern) though the viejita pair have spawned in a small sized bristlenose cave. Might stock up on a few more bn caves if they seem to like em.

Just waiting on the other 4 pairs now =)

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How tiny is that fry!

Wow - something in your water perhaps?! :)

Literally I suppose, if you are on a system?

What sort of set up do you have - ie tank size, sump/canister, RO or tank/tap?

What other pairs do you have?

Love to hear details from successful breeders!

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Setup is a 6x2ft tank, 15in high. Divided into 6 2x1 tanks, each overflow into a sump. =)

Just tap water with prime, south american buffer and south american trace. We have some ketapang leaves in there as well.

Current list of pairs are:

agasizzi 'Alenquer'

Inca 50's

Black Chin

viejita II Super Red

bitaeniata 'Yellow'

bitaeniata 'Blue'

borelli

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Sadly it seems that the viejita II eggs have dissapeared. No fry, so.... :(

In happier news, I can count somewhere between 10-13 fry with the borelli still and easily over 15-20 with the Inca 50's.

Black Chin female is guarding her cave like no one's business. Can't see into it, so I think the best to do is just ignore her and hope!

Off topic there, but the bristlenose fry are going great. Time to count them soon I think.

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