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It's possible that male don't want that exact female an it's always better to give them few females if pair isn't buyed as pair. Even if they are a pair you should have at least two females per one male plus some target fish so the male dont bully only one female to death.My friend has a normal agassizi and fire red female and he seems to want to kill the female. She was introduced to him in a 15g with a few places she hides.
Double red, things i did wrote before in my opinion stands. I am planning to introduce two females to my one male in short time and my plan is to put him in like mesh box inside of aquarium that is made for live bearers i think and two leave him in that for one two days until females get acclimated and just get to find territories then i will let him in tank again.Yes I just checked and that seems about right.
Looks a bit like this http://neonfisken.com/media/com_hikashop/upload/thumbnails/300x400f/apistogramma_agassizii_10_2051650925.jpg
Yea i mean if they are not pair then it will go better if you have at least two females if it's pair you can keep just pairThey're the same species, so yes, they can pair and breed together. As app mentioned, putting a male and a female together doesn't mea they'll pair. It's easiest to start with a group of juvies and get a pair from that (rehoming the non-paired fish).
You can keep them in pairs.