Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

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Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

Post by bassetman » Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:41 pm

These are a few of more than 40 fry that arrived today. mommies are ok.
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All of parachromis and most of caquetaia growing out or breeding now.

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Re: Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

Post by bassetman » Mon Dec 24, 2012 1:34 pm

My last holding female spit her eggs prematurely, I was able to siphon them up and have them in a hatch box. I will post pics as they develop.
Here are the wiggles, 7 days premature birth. And their grow out tub.
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And an update on some of the other tank mates.
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Just when you think you know it all, life has this way of humbling you.
All of parachromis and most of caquetaia growing out or breeding now.

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Re: Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

Post by bassetman » Mon Dec 24, 2012 1:35 pm

I really hate the way this site chops my photos....sigh. :?
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Re: Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

Post by jcunningham0295 » Mon Dec 24, 2012 10:30 pm

Good to hear, mine are starting to show breeding signs again. Great fish.



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Re: Enantiopus Kileasa Fry

Post by Foai » Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:03 am

Keeping enants with cyps ok but i didnt understand why those large fronts are there... Is this an experiment on frontosa meal?

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