Here we go again, lol.
I'm going to have a little sort out of tank 1, as already mentioned i'm moving the large male argentea (very hard decision)
and synspilus. I've decided to add a small group of Paratheraps bifasciatus
(from the Conkel order) to the tank, hopefully to get a pair. I'm really impressed how my female bifasciatus is developing. Vieja heterospila
pair are staying, aswell as the pearsei for the time being.
The aquascape of the tank is going to have a little overhaul too. As you can see from the photo, i'm going to rearrange the branches, but i need to collect a few more to finish off. I've started to re-arrange part of it, but also need to add a few more rocks for my planned aquascape. I will update over the coming weeks.
This is one of my Paratheraps bifasciatus
(Rio Tapajilapa), will be adding a few more (same source).
These guys are starting to display to eachother again. I'm going to alter the display to cater more for them, they need secluded areas.
The heterospila pair can't seem to settle, eggs are eaten a day after being deposited, too much confrontation with the argentea i believe is a factor.