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A. Bitaeniata

On the day I was going to move a tank holding 3 "asst." apistos, I
discovered I have a pair of A. Bitaeniata.  What #$!?#$!! timing!  Their
water is about 6.6 ph, 100 ppm tds, temp 78, and water changes are done
with straight RO to bring the ph and hardness done gradually.
Everything I have read says they are a blackwater species which I
haven't worked with any blackwater secies before.  Do I have to get the
ph down farther to have viable fry?  Are they a ph affected species as
far as male-female ratio goes?    

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