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Aulonocara hueseri "Likoma Island"


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I know I wont regret the purchase, unless I get them home, and due to inadequate tank arrangements they all get whooped... Hmmm I do have a day off tomorrow, and tomorrow is payday... I wonder if Nigel will be home... blush.gif

See what you've done Paul? I should have never got broadband and just kept ignoring the picture forum LOL.gif

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do you have them breding paul i have a colony of these guys they are my favourite fish

Sure do mate.

All fry have been sold bar the few I've kept for myself for future breeding.

Cheers

Paul

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ohh really bummer know of any one getting rid of females i need some and i gotta get rid of some boys what conditions do you run them at mine havent give me fry yet held a few times then spat too early any advice they are in with acei tanzania

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Trent

They're a rather mild fish and they're not too difficult to breed. I kept a colony of 1 male to 4 females (1 female died though due to moving around and rearranging the fishroom) with P.acei "Msuli Point" and Electric yellows and each female would hold every month - month and a half.

These were the wild caughts that Nigel brought in. The first few mouthfuls they would spit/swallow but now they're breeding regularly.

I haven't kept the P. acei "Tanzania" so I can't give you advice on their aggression levels or whether they're a suitable tankmate.

What I would recommend is you keep your best male and sell the other 3 to anyone looking for display fish. I put up a post in this photo forum with video clips in it. There is one there with the hueseri spawning so check it out. I've seen them spawn basically anywhere on ie a flat rock or in a cave or a little pit.

HTH

All the best thumb.gif

Cheers

Paul

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