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Hello from Singapore

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Slashersz, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. Slashersz

    Slashersz New Member

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    Hi, i have been keeping apisto for a few months before finding this site. Such small colorful fishes, i could stare at them all day if i could :)

    I have kept A. Cacatuoides "super red" 1 male 2 female before, but sadly 1 pair passed from disease :(

    Currently have 2 pairs of A. Macmasteri! One pair has actually just laid eggs, this is the second time this pair laid eggs and the first batch somehow disappeared on the second day :( i fear this batch may have the same fate..

    A. Mac.jpeg

    On a side note, I also have a pair of Ivancara Adoketa! Although they are not apistogramma, they're a beautiful dwarf cichlid :)
  2. Fishez

    Fishez New Member

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    Welcome to the forum. if I understand you right, it would appear that the eggs disappeared suddenly. If it's the pair in your photo, then I would wonder if by chance one of those catfish didn't get at the eggs in a single night and make a feast of them. The Ivanacara Adoketa appear to be a very beautiful fish as well. I have never seen those before.
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    Slashersz New Member

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    Ahh, this is an old photo. The first batch wasn't in this tank, this is my spare tanks full of catfishes :) They were originally with only otos. They're now in a different tank

    The I. Adoketa i have right now are still small, so breeding won't be possible until a few more months :) Separated them for now but here's a picture :)
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    Hello and welcome!

    I'm from Singapore too! :D
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