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Re: Elizabethae

George although I have never had A.elizabethae do that on me. I have seen many other species of Apistogramma show this behavior. Most notably A.borelli who some males actually insist on tending fry. I have seen a few others male Aggies, hippolytae and a few others. My point, it is not uncommon behavior for the Genus as a whole. I have tried to explain it but I have yet to find a viable hypothesis. Who knows. But it is cool to watch. I had one male borelli that was a great Dad.



  Geo/Len <szucs@videotron.ca> wrote:


My Elizabethae spawn for the fourth time

What different in this spawn, the male slowly took over the care of the

Is this normal??


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