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I took some photo while doing water change last night. I was aware that one of the male curzi showing red color on his belly and looks nice.
By the way, what's holotype mean exactly for apisto?
I got these fishes from Brian few weeks ago and they are starting to show nice color recently. They look a bit different as the photos on TomC's website.
Maybe they are still too young to identify?
No way, apisto eliz will defiantly kill all RCS for sure especially male. My eliz can kill all RCS which I put in tanks in one night.(Those I over breed).
In my experience, sometimes it's not only about size. My apisto allpahuayo(F2) and sp. Miua(WC) were not bothering RCS. Also I feel female...
I put them in 10 Gallon at first because they are mark as unsexed and seems fairly peaceful when they arrive. Then I separate female weaker fishes I feel something weird. The one die this morning seems ok last night and still move ok to eat grindal worm / daphnia.
Here is the photos. I got them from wetspottropicalfish with overnight shipping. I didn't have any problem with their fish before. It's first time I got this problem. I don't have photo for the fish I lost, but they body looks really yellow when they die.
I have questions regarding to the lost of apistogramma atahualpa I recently got. I got three 6 wild of them last Friday and lost 2 female in two days. (It seems I will lost 3rd female today) They looks fine when they arrive, and I put them into their own tanks carefully. My ph is about...
I saw your post that you keep Pelvicachromis sp. aff. subocellatus = Pelvicachromis silviae.
They looks beautiful. I wonder if I can get a pair from you. Let me know if you still keep them.
I live in San Francisco, California.