You are very right about this. As I mentioned in another thread, stick to the main display, possible breeding projects will come and go anyways. Until then, maybe some fry of some of your species might make it. Who knows.But if I can’t talk them over I have to respect that. That would mean that I only have a 55 g tank it’s 100 x 40 x 50 cm. With the stocking mentions before. So I will probably will not be able to breed and it would be a bit of a waste for my big tank to only use it for breeding.
Well if you can I would maybe like to know if he knows anything about this species and if he can confirm the ID the C.Agassizii is one that is very much like the ambiacus.I can ask and maybe connect you to a Corydoras specialist based in Holland (province), if you like. Maybe you can exchange for a species that is more common (no immediate need for breeding to keep the captive population going) but still more exclusive than the species you get at every corner.
He will definitely be able to ID them, but still depends on whether he's willing to at the moment, we have direct but irregular contact. I sent a request out nonetheless. Would you be able to provide better pictures of the fish just in case?Well if you can I would maybe like to know if he knows anything about this species and if he can confirm the ID the C.Agassizii is one that is very much like the ambiacus.
If I recall correctly even the people here on the forum I trust blindly when it comes to Apistogramma-IDs neither agreed on the ID nor were they too sure about it. As long as this is disputed I would hold back with that. Or has there been any news I missed?Well maybe the WC apistogramma cf. Agassizii (netz) are worth multiplying. Cause you never see these.
As he's not here on the forum and I don't give the information of people I know in person without asking, I can't tell you more until I have an answer.I will make some good pictures does he maybe has some info about the species. Do you maybe have the name of the man I may know him.
Allright, wasn't up to date then.This is a population belonging to A. cf. agassizii (Netz).
This is a direct quote from Mike wise in my threat about this species. And I have talked to Utaka my lfs and they have shown the exporter to me. And it came in with fish from the Rio negro.
Hope the damage isn't that bad.I am going to get rid of the colomesus you were right about that they are snapping at the fins of the male apistogramma.
I understand you can contact me if you knows something. I will sent some more pictures here soon.As he's not here on the forum and I don't give the information of people I know in person without asking, I can't tell you more until I have an answer.
It is not to bad it is the dorsal fin that is bitten in. The male only came out of his cave for eating for 2 days.Hope the damage isn't that bad.
I talked to him this morning, he said if you got them from Utaka (likely imported by Ruinemans he said), you can trust the ID. He'll still be willing to ID from pictures if you like, though he doesn't think it's necessary.I understand you can contact me if you knows something. I will sent some more pictures here soon.
It is indeed.I assume this article is known to you.
They have a lot of cover but not something like I bridge in the old scape I did have that. I will take a look what i can do. There a not to skittish I think it is also that they are with just three.If they are skittish, they lack proper cover. A piece of driftwood that offers space for the whole group under it like under a bridge would be the least necessary.
Oh. That indeed is a problem. I'm usually on the side of keeping Corydoras by "the dozen", well, actually at least 10.There a not to skittish I think it is also that they are with just three.
You're welcome. It's really handy to look things up. Wish there was a map for Asia and Africa respectively.I looked it up on the site you sent me.
Usually the factor is more or less 2. But remember, TDS/EC includes everything dissolved in the water. I expect the GH in these waters to be close to zero. But we had that before.I don’t know if it works but it would be a pretty good indication and it said tds of 71 ppm so multiple by 1,56 it is a eC of 110 so it will be okay for this species.
I had that I had 8 they did not have more.Oh. That indeed is a problem. I'm usually on the side of keeping Corydoras by "the dozen", well, actually at least 10.
I understand but I can not really get it down a lot without using RO water.But remember, TDS/EC includes everything dissolved in the water. I expect the GH in these waters to be close to zero.