The Anubias Broadleaf and Big Mama

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Feb 25, 2024
Last week after the wigglers disappeared, I did an overhaul of the tank. Moving the plants and resetting the dragone stone. I gues they liked the location of the Anubias, much better than spawning on the back wall of the tank. She is not impressed with his "cover technique" apparently. (about 20% are not fertilized). IMG_3672.jpg
Very pretty fish! What happened to the first set of wrigglers? Did the parents eat them?
Yes! This time I put the fertilized eggs in a breeding box and hope to have free swimmers tomorrow.
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