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Need Help..got lucky

Discussion in 'Husbandry / Breeding' started by Apisto_Dezign, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Apisto_Dezign

    Apisto_Dezign New Member 5 Year Member

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    :biggrin: I was wondering if I could keep a pair of dicrossus maculatas in a 5 gallon tank for breeding. I just purchsed a pair of wilds and luckly I got a male and female and the female started laying eggs. I don't know though when I got them they were abit over an inch but now the female is laying egg in my 55 gallon Altum tank is this possible and could I get frys from these guy they seem too young..guessing 1 1/2 year or so? Well the place I got it from still have a few wilds so I'll just go and pick up 2 more pairs just to be safe that I can start breeding these. Can this work in my Altum tank as well?