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Lepidocephalichthys guntea – Spawning

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This topic contains 9 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  torso 4 years, 3 months ago.

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    torso
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    It’s great to hear that you have been successful. Mine have been avtive today after a short cut of aeration and coll wether, water change and feeding. But there are still to many predators. I hope to can make a tank-change before going into holidays.

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    Cheers Charles

    #348130

    zeelandtrop
    Member

    Thanks for the great pics Charles. Best of luck with getting yours to go. 

    #351376

    torso
    Participant

    Hi all

    It has taken  me a long time to get no pic of the fry 😡

    Now I have got some, but not of the fry. That’s the wrong word by now. As the tank has exellent hiding places and the whole gang is very shy – consequence of a quiet place – it was virtually impossible to get pics. This way I missed pics of young  L. gunteas as well of S. puliensis, in spite of the fact that Ihad taken pics of the spawning and registered some spawning action since. For L. guntea it’s the moment when they flash, rush together through the tank and desappear in a vartical column.

    Yesterday this: a young L. guntea – about 4-4.5 cm – and a young S. puliensis. No memory-card in the slot. I got a second chance. And the adult specimen joined. I had no idea how many were left. 5 at least. And all together, at the same moment. Made me lucky.

     

     

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    #351378

    Thomas
    Member

    Very cool Charles!!:D

    #351389

    Matt
    Keymaster

    What Thomas said. 🙂 The Sinogastromyzon are breeding as well?

    #351409

    torso
    Participant

    Thanls.

    Yes, matt. But just one youngster and so good hiding I never could get a pic of a juvenile stadium. Only saw it now and then, when it was bustlling around, disappearing when a movement was scaring.

    I’ll put the pics in the sinogastromyzon spp-thread.

    Cheers Charles

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