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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.
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.Thank you! what type of cave do your apistos like? Natural rock, ceramic, coconut, etc?
These are both males...May I ask what people's dwarf cichlids prefer to nest in? My 2 pairs of rams have half flower pots which they ignore. I have a pair of cockatoo apistos in the other freshwater tank now who arrived yesterday and are already looking for a place to set up a household lol. Thank you! View attachment 624835
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I like this tolerance vibe going on here, hehe.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!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.