I don't actually have apistogramma myself. People I've talked to have had them breed in coconut shells, clay pots, artificial and natural caves and such. I wouldn't necessarily believe what the cave is made of is too important. More so how secure it is. More than one cave is always a plus, they can choose which is best themselves.AZL said:
My Apistogramma macmasterI found a crevasse between 2 rocks that I didn't even think had enough room to operate in. They must have done some excavation to make it more roomy.AZL said:Thank you! what type of cave do your apistos like? Natural rock, ceramic, coconut, etc?
These are both males...AZL said:
I like this tolerance vibe going on here, hehe.AZL said:I must admit I've been calling them Mr & Mrs **** - Mr & Mr **** makes more sense
At least "anal" isn't censored anymore. It was hard to describe an analfin when you couldn't call or what it was lol!PascalKrypt said:I like this tolerance vibe going on here, hehe.
What tank are you planning on keeping them in? If they have enough space it shouldn't be a problem (though personalities differ), but in a 20 or 30 gallon it may not be so wise.