Ok noted. Are you good a telling males and females apart? Because I have post where I'm asking what mine are. I think they're females but I'm new to them and I have no idea. I know the "for sure male" (that's what I was told by the store) looks nothing like the males I've seen online and here. My other one looks like him but I have been noticing that it turns halfway on its side and then swims to one of the caves but gets completely ignored by the other. I swear to my eyesight they look the same though and I've had them for about a month (I don't know their age) and no color changes has happened in either. ThanksWhen apistos start getting territorial any fish at the bottom is getting the short end.
There is a reason the consensus here on the forum is to keep Apistogramma on their own or only with carefully chosen tankmates. They are not community tank material. At best a biotope community with them as the only bottomdwellers.