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- Jul 16, 2016
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- Fremont, CA
Definitely!Just an idea: if you would want to donate a pipe full of eggs I could give them a try... San Jose is kind of on my way to and from work...
Nice I might try that route as well thanks for the infoI quarantined the first pair in a 10 gallon and then moved them to a 20 tall. The female was a little aggressive towards the male at first but by now they sit together.
Right now I have 2 males in one 10 gallon QT and 2 females in another. Even same sex individuals seem to get along reasonably well, or at least they don't beat each other to a pulp.
I need to ramp up my Parvo cultures first and get more larvae tanks built. Once I'm having the required capacity I let you know.Definitely!
Send me a PM and I’ll give you the next clutch.
- Just checked and they have a nice pipe full. Not sure how long ago they laid these but they look about 3-5 days old.
Aquatic Collection has a good number of large ones in case you need a replacement or second female. A male and multiple females work - I have a trio in a 40B and they get along fine.Unfortunately my female has been loosing weight and stopped laying. I am hoping to catch her this week and get her into a recovery tank.