Multi Breeding Question

  • Thread starter

MJDuti

Well Known Member
Messages
3,180
Reaction score
92
Points
148
Experience
5 to 10 years
I've been seeing all the breeding behavior going on the past month+ but I have yet to see any fry. Is there any way to encourage this? Also, would moving shells be good or bad?
 

WhiteCloudMinnows

Valued Member
Messages
84
Reaction score
20
Points
43
Experience
1 year
What fish do you have?
 
  • Thread starter

MJDuti

Well Known Member
Messages
3,180
Reaction score
92
Points
148
Experience
5 to 10 years
Neolamprologus multifasciatus
 

Protim Sarkar

Well Known Member
Messages
1,473
Reaction score
469
Points
278
Experience
5 to 10 years
MJDuti said:
I've been seeing all the breeding behavior going on the past month+ but I have yet to see any fry. Is there any way to encourage this? Also, would moving shells be good or bad?
No need to remove the shells. Keep the tank in a calm area to encourage breeding. If they are stressed then they will not breed. Rise the temperature in between 75 - 80° F with a pH range in between 7.5-8.5.
 
  • Thread starter

MJDuti

Well Known Member
Messages
3,180
Reaction score
92
Points
148
Experience
5 to 10 years
The pH is about 8 and the temp is about 78. I won't remove shells, but was concerned with moving them while cleaning. It's in an area that people pass by fairly often, so the fish get scared occasionally. Do you think that may inhibit them at all?
 
Toggle Sidebar

New Threads

Similar Threads

Aquarium Calculator

Aquarium Photo Contests

Follow FishLore!

FishLore on Social Media





Top Bottom