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RE: Krib breeding question - adding another male?

I'd go along John, and say don't add a second male to a 10 gallon. It will
probably only add stress to the equation, and that will postpone any
breeding behaviour. Kribs can be a bit strange on breeding for no obvious
reason, no broods for three months, then they are at it every three weeks.

The only plus point of having a second male on stand by would be that it may
have come from a different source. A lot of kribs on the market today have
been inbreed for ages, adding fresh blood will dramatically improve the
quality of the fish from a resultant brood.
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