Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Muhiddin, Apr 10, 2017.
Hi friends become friends with Apistogramma Macmasteri male Mrs Borelli Would it be a couple?
Species from different species-groups are unlikely to cross breed. If they do breed the Fry is most likely not to survive. And if I may ask, why would you want to cross breed them. Each fish is different in its own way.
They can't cross. The male mcmasteri will kill the tiny borellii.
Will they never mate?
Thankfully, they cannot. There are 4000 km and tens of thousands of years between them.
Apistogramma do not have much knowledge. But agassizi men become swellings and die. In the same aquarium, there are cacadu and borelli, but the only agassizi men are swollen and die
What do you mean? Are you saying that the Apistos are fairly unintelligent (which they are not) or are you saying we don't know much about them?
Look, I can not speak English, I'm talking to you with google translation. There is an apistogramma agassizii and a constant male Swollen and dead
No worries, where are you from?
Alright, I can't speak Turkish so Nevermind lol. Are you saying that your Apistogramma Agassizii is dead because it was swollen?
yes yes yes help me ?
When you combine Apistogramma in the same aquarium, they compete. If your agassizzii were sick when you bought them, putting them with a stronger mcmasteri (look at their body shape to see which is stronger) guaranteed death. Through experience (I bred close to 30 Apistogramma) I learned never to combine Apistogramma species in one tank. Many fish we buy carry illnesses that develop with stress.
You are awesome I did not think so. You say the right thing and the logical one.
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