Enantiopus breeding

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bassetman
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Enantiopus breeding

Post by bassetman » Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:12 am

My kilesa sand enters are starting to breed, two females holding now and two to go . The males are going nuts trying to out dig and out dance the other.
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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 breeding

Post by bassetman » Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:16 pm

All four females are now holding, I think both males had a part in it. :D
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 breeding

Post by jcunningham0295 » Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:25 am

Awesome. I just got 19 fry from my one female. Hoping more will be holding soon.
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