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Re: Apistogramma frank

In a message dated 2/1/2003 5:55:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, kelly_higgins@cox.net writes:

I've got a group in a 15g tank with some driftwood and a few plants, mostly
>hair algae ;-)  They have spawned a couple times but haven't been able to
>get them much past free swimming yet. Any ideas?

  Why not just narrow the group down to the pair that are breeding? If both parents take care of them, then fine but, if there is a problem pull whoever is causing it. Not an expert but, just the way I would handle it if I wanted to have some offspring.


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