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Ammavita wrote:You can find a post about it on "Groupe Tanganyika's forum"
winnyston wrote:some news
My Microdontochromis rotundiventralis seem to be biparental. Like it is written in Ad Konings book, Tanganyika Cichlids in their natural habitat.
I didn't sex them but first only the female (i suppose this fish is the female) was brooding. I saw the larvae yesterday.
And today the biggest fish, i think the male, is brooding as well, i can see the larvae....so both are brooding. And the "female" isn't holding that much larvae like yesterday. And my male wasn't brooding yesterday. So either they are biparental or I ignored something
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