Can pseudomugil luminatus eat apisto cacatuoides fry?

QCAquaholic

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My apistos spawned, and they share a tank with some pseudomugil luminatus. I was wondering if the fry would be just big enough for the luminatus to not predate on them. I would pull the fry out and put them in a separate tank, but I'll be gone for five days so won't be able to feed them. Their tank should have enough to much on until I get back. In the meantime I am feeding them BBS and microworms. I've tried pulling the pseudomugils, but that tank is pretty planted and they're pretty fast.
 

Hellfishguy

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How large is the tank?
 
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QCAquaholic

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Hellfishguy said:
How large is the tank?
It's a 20 gallon, decently planted. The pseudomugils generally stay in the top half of the tank.
 

Hellfishguy

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They make pick off a few fry, but P. luminatus aren't especially predatory & cacs are great parents.
 

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