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Tahuantinsuyoa Macanzatza

6 years 8 months ago #35095 by mikeg2929
Replied by mikeg2929 on topic Tahuantinsuyoa Macanzatza
They breed very easily if maintained well. I'd leave her alone and try and catch her in a few weeks.

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6 years 8 months ago - 6 years 8 months ago #35094 by sawboy
Replied by sawboy on topic Tahuantinsuyoa Macanzatza
Mike, mine are also from Pete. Picked up a group of five at one of our rare fish auctions. They are a delayed mouth brooder, and she is DEFINITELY holding. I didn't see the spawning activity, but she's holding for sure. Fed some flake and she bumped the larger pieces, but very carefully took some smaller pieces in.

Now the tough part. She's very small. 2" maybe. I'm guessing the fry are very small as well. I'd like to separate her, but fear stressing her out too much. She's in a 75 with four of her kind, and two chocolates that are maybe 3 and 4". I think she has plenty of "get away" space, and places to hide, or spit occasionally and still be protected. What do you think? Remove her? Leave her? I could, VERY short term remove everyone else if needed, but that's a PITA, and I'm afraid chasing everyone around would stress her as well.

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6 years 8 months ago #35092 by mikeg2929
Replied by mikeg2929 on topic Tahuantinsuyoa Macanzatza
By at least one - I recorded a spawn in 2006. AKA Inca Stone Fish.

Pete Durkin had them in back then. Looks a lot like an acara. i think they are a delayed mouthbrooder, but I could be wrong.

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6 years 8 months ago #35091 by sawboy
Don't look now, but I think my Inca Stone Fish is holding!! Mike, this little oddball ever been bred before by a GCCA member?

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