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Ceibals w free swimmers

9 years 3 months ago #30562 by tiedyeman
Replied by tiedyeman on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
I have a group of 8 young adults; two have paired off and spawned but paid no attention to the eggs. They spawned again last night ...at least I am assuming they did, as they are staying behind a log and chasing everyone away. Hope to raise some of these fry.

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9 years 3 months ago #30507 by dstuer
Replied by dstuer on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
Radek is right that they would not work with frontosa, these need cool water temps.  I keep them in an unheated tank.  The pair in the pic were born in my pond last summer where temps slid into the 40s in fall before I brought them in .

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9 years 3 months ago #30493 by ziggy2
Replied by ziggy2 on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
Thanks for the info.

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9 years 3 months ago #30492 by redzebra24
Replied by redzebra24 on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
Colors are GREAT. I kept these guys and they would beat on the gymnos I had them with. Nasty lil guys. In my experience, aggressive.

Ziggy2: No, they would not work with frontosa.

Congrats on the spawn!

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9 years 3 months ago #30491 by newworld
Replied by newworld on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
very nice Duane prob the nicest looking Chanchito.....

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9 years 3 months ago #30488 by ziggy2
Replied by ziggy2 on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
There are some real nice looking fish.  I don't know that I have seen them before.  Would they work with some Fronts?

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9 years 3 months ago #30485 by baldtaxguy
Replied by baldtaxguy on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
Handsome looking fish.  Nice option for someone with a small tank that wants to work with something interesting.  People should keep these in mind.

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9 years 3 months ago #30482 by dstuer
Replied by dstuer on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
I don't find them particularly aggressive, except when spawning.  They have been sharing a 30 gal tank with larger Gymnogeophagus gymnogenys Rio Yerbalito comfortably all winter, I removed the Gymnos after the spawn, as they were pinned into an upper corner. 
I tried to keep this pairs 5" parents with Madagascans and grammodes for a short time, and they were overwhelmed and died.   

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9 years 3 months ago #30480 by ziggy2
Replied by ziggy2 on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
How aggressive are the parents?

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9 years 3 months ago #30477 by Fishnut2
Replied by Fishnut2 on topic Ceibals w free swimmers
I agree. Very nice fish!

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