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Recent content by Lagges

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    Biotop Tank Mates for Borellii/Trifaciata

    Hi, I am searching for a tetra species for my biotop tank with A. Borellii & A. Trifaciata. Does anyone know which tetra species share the natural habitiat of borellii/trifaciata? LG Lagges
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    A. Borellii and A. Trifaciata in one Tank

    I actually have discarded the idea for this tank. I am planning to get a large tank with 2m width. Then I will try to combine two or three different Apistogramma species. At the moment I combined A.borellii and Ramis in my 1m tank, without any problems. Both species co-existing completly peaceful.
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    Smallest tank size

    20L are to small to keep Apistos in it. I think its possible to breed Apistogramma in a 40*20 cm tank but i would recommend removing the male when he is not needed anymore. The little ones won't grow well if the tank is to small, so, for me, there is no reason to use such a small tank for Apistos.
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    A. Borellii and A. Trifaciata in one Tank

    Okay I think I didn't made my thaughts clear. I want them to behave as natural as possible. Reproduction included. I just don't want them to spawn a lot. But some tetras in the tank should solve the "problem". Thaught i wouldn't be the first trying to combine borellii and Trifaciata. By the...
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    A. Borellii and A. Trifaciata in one Tank

    That's just a summary of opinions I found on the net, no personal experience. Many German wiki articles describe a Trifaciata as easy to breed, easy to keep and more peaceful compared with other Apistogramma. In my personal experience the Apistogramma with elongated body are more agressiv that...
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    A. Borellii and A. Trifaciata in one Tank

    Hey all, I recently started a new 200L "biotop" Tank. Used Anubias and Brucephalandra, so it's not a "real" biotop-tank. Habitants are some Knodus borki and 1Male/2Female A. Borellii. Has anyone tried to keep A. Trifaciata and A. Borellii together? I ask because they belong to the same...
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    A. Baenschi natural habitat

    That would be pretty cool. Would be nice if you would be able to take some underwater pictures ;)
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    A. Baenschi natural habitat

    Okay, so driftwood, leaves and blackwater, and that's it? No changes during rainy season?
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    A. Baenschi natural habitat

    Hey Guys, My 200 L tank should be renewed. Wanna build a biotop tank for A.baenschi but I couldn't find any photos or videos of it's natural habitat. Can you help me? Gesendet von meinem Mi A1 mit Tapatalk
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