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Welcome to the sight Jose, I use smaller tanks for breeding but I remove the male/all fish from the tank as soon as I see fry brought out, and let the female tend to them. in a tank that small I rarely ever see a pair that is compatible and if you do the next batch of egg's I've seen them do a...
Once the eggs are laid and fertilized try removing the male to another tank and see if she still eats them or tries to raise them.
The only apisto's I've ever had that did that was a pair of Borellii and she only let him do it once, after that she was hell on wheels.