Currently I have successfully bred apistogramma cacatuoides four times and feel that I have good routine down with them. During this time, I had a trio of apistogramma agassizii "redneck" have fry. Firstly, I removed the non-mother as she was destined to be killed. Once the fry were out and moving with the mother, I moved the male as I have had bad experience leaving the male with them. They have been raising up since with no issues. Except they are the slowest growing fish I have ever seen. I had a group of cacatuoides spawn after they did and they grew up and were sold already, while I still have the agassizii fry growing. I have attached pictures, one where you can see the mother for size comparison to the fry (the glass was very dirty, sorry about that) and a few other just showing the size of the rest of them. They are clearly colored up and maturing, but wow are they still tiny. I'm unsure if this normal, if I need just feed them way more, or if I may need to look at the possibility of parasites although I would think this would be incredibly low since they have been isolated to this tank and the parents were treated beforehand. Thanks in advance!