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Is it possible that a Frontosa could...

10 years 4 months ago #26785 by Hurriken
He change the song a bit. He said now that he never actually saw fry just eggs.

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10 years 4 months ago #26777 by Les
I guess if we can believe bunnies lay Easter eggs we can believe anything can happen.  Perhaps we can coin a new term in the hobby- "hapmaculate conception".  All I really know is that Fronts are very attractive fish.  I wish I had a big enough tank to keep them.  But if I had what I wished for I would have a fish room with a hundred tanks full of cichlids and still wonder where to putfry from a new spawning.

tanks, tanks everywhere-and nary a tank to spare!!!

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10 years 4 months ago #26772 by Hurriken
Can we rule out that she has been carrying fertilized eggs for 4 months? Excuse my ignorance I know very little about Cyphotilapia Frontosa.

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10 years 4 months ago #26759 by Les
Aren't "Fronts" believed to be a divergent species of a Haplochromis founder group?  If so I suppose it could very well happen.  If they accept each other I would think the fertilized eggs could be viable.  I don't know - just asking 'cause I would like to know also.

tanks, tanks everywhere-and nary a tank to spare!!!

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10 years 4 months ago #26751 by Hurriken
...cross with a Haplochromis Morii? I'm reading on another forum about a guy that had 3 Fronts(2F and 1M) and 1 Haplochromis Morii together for years. 4 months ago one female and 1 male Front died. He just noticed that the Front is holding fry. Is this possible?

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