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If your not ready to deal with fry than let nature take it's course and get everything together you need for next time, you might get a few to survive but I railey do, for me at best it might be 1 or 2. But if you want to save them, get brine shrimp going, the one thing I do [railey will I pull...
I agree with Darrel, I read you post and the first thing that comes to my mind is the tank aged enough, and I don't think so [just me] after only a month, the spices you list are easy to keep if your tank is right, just my 2 cents.
Is your tank a 20 long or tall?
I would set the tank up for a couple of months so it can stabilize [sp] and age before introducing the apisto's, but that's just the way I do it. Any of the three should do fine, I lean more for the the Borellii, but it's my favorite.
I would set the new tank up for the male agassizii if you want to breed, I have two pairs [aggie's] that have no problem eating there own fry if I don't get the male out in time, and I have another pair that have no problem with fry in the tank [last three batches], next batch they may go nut's...
Your water is almost the same as mine, mine being a little lower. I breed the Mac's, Cac's and the Aggii's in mine with no problem. But on your water you say 0 on nitrates, how long has the tank been running?