I have the chance to get either some Barboides gracilis, Tyttocharax cochui or Tyttocharax madeirae. I remember there was a B. gracilis thread on the old Petfrd, but I guess that's gone...
I think a small rainforest setup for the B. gracilis with some moss and leaves would be fine, also for breeding, maybe the same for the Tyttocharax. Any input would be appreciated, especially for breeding setup /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />
December 19, 2010
My breeding B. gracilis is in a wide 17 litre with fine sand, bogwood, javamoss, javafern. pH arround 5.
Heres a thread about Barboides gracilis.
Thanks a lot! That was a lot of good info there /smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="smile.gif" />
Definately worth a try. It was the one of the three I wanted to try the most, as I read that the Tyttocharax could be quite territorial towards eachother. i motly have smallish tanks so angry fish, whatever the size, is not the best option here.
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