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Wazaaaa

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Hello, I hesitate to add a new species in my biotope tank of 300 liters which is focused on the A.sp Miuá, at the moment inside this is 4 Apistogramma and 15 Nannostomus unifasciatus, I wish to have a reproduction of Apistogramma but without more, I am not focused on it, if you an idea of a species of fish that I could add, I am listening to you
 

MacZ

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As Mike said in my thread a few days ago: Display OR breeding tank. There is no compromise.

Otherwise: Look in said thread, we have basically the same habitat. Full of ideas.
 

MacZ

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I was not referring to the same localities. Just the same river basin and habitat type.
 

rasmusW

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i have seen chrenucus spirilus in the same waters as a. miua..
the tank is big enough, but maybe it's not the best option if you want to breed the apistos.

you can also check this fantastic video for ideas:
i don't know how many times i have seen videos, but it's a lot.

edit: macZ, that video might also be interesting to you?

-r
 

Wazaaaa

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i have seen chrenucus spirilus in the same waters as a. miua..
the tank is big enough, but maybe it's not the best option if you want to breed the apistos.

you can also check this fantastic video for ideas:
i don't know how many times i have seen videos, but it's a lot.

edit: macZ, that video might also be interesting to you?

-r
The person who made the video is still 1 hour away from my house
I was not referring to the same localities. Just the same river basin and habitat type.
I am looking for fish from the same locality, sorry to put it wrong
 

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mikishuhoo wrote on Apistoguy52's profile.
Hi,

Do you still have Apistogramma diplotaenia pairs available to sell? Please advise. Thanks.

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Apistomaster wrote on anewbie's profile.
I see that The Wet Spot Tropical Fish currently has the fire red A. agassizi you are looking for. Here is the link:
I've always had good experiences buying from them on line.
Hallo,
I am Hanzle from Holland and keep apistoos for 40 years. Had my own aquarium shop from 1984 till 1988. Always s great fan from apistoos and hyphessobrycon which is s great combination in a Community Aquarium. Perhaps.....in the near future I start breeding apistoos again. Have a 400 liters Community aquarium for hyphessobrycon wadai and apistogramma biteaniata.
I want to get a 55 gallon slightly planted tank with many caves and I am thinking of getting 2 electric blue acaras, 3 blue rams, a apistogramma, 3 angelfish, and some corrydoras. Will that work if I keep the temperature at about and 80 or less?
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