The Odd Couple Revisited

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Jim Cumming
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The Odd Couple Revisited

Post by Jim Cumming » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:32 am

Since my large breeding female Paraneetroplus hartwegi passed on, the male has taken up with a female P. sp. Coatzacoalcos. They have been consistently breeding about once every two or three weeks. I have not saved any young since I'm not into hybrids. About two weeks ago, I returned the male 'sp. Coatzacoalcos' to this tank, thinking that the former couple might reunite. That has not been the case. She doesn't even give him a second glance. Here's a few pictures of the 'odd couple' with their latest spawn of newly free swimming fry.
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