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no cave, no nest — parvu­lus spawn

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1 week 1 day ago 1 week 8 hours ago #5997 by Deepin peat
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I have just found a clutch of my new parvu­lus. It seems to me pretty much apis­togramma style. Any­one ever seen some­thing like that? I am confused.

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1 week 13 hours ago #5998 by helene
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Hi Pavel
First of all I think its really great news that they already spawned :) .. I really hope that the eggs will develop fine and you will be able to have more of this fine lit­tle species, after all the trou­ble you did to have them.
Its unusual to place the eggs like that, I am sure, but I would take as per­haps either the con­fu­sion of a recently wild caught and per­haps even very young par­ent.
Or per­haps its say­ing some­thing about how they actu­ally can do in the nat­ural envi­ron­ment, — I mean, my parvelus males are always hang­ing around inside the caves I gave them, but of course in nature, per­haps theres no such ‘nice’ cave around, and then if they want to breed, they prob­a­bly find all other kind of places.
But its unusual in the way that the eggs seems to be set on the side with no bub­ble nest to really hold it :) ..

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1 week 13 hours ago #5999 by helene
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Some years ago, I had a pair of uniden­ti­fied paros, that spawned like this :)

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1 week 12 hours ago #6000 by Deepin peat
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Thank you very much for show­ing this Helene,

I made a bet­ter a pic­ture of the male.


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1 week 8 hours ago #6001 by AlmightyJoshaeus
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I am intrigued! Keep us updated on this (includ­ing on whether the father suc­cess­fully hatches his clutch and gets them to the free swim­ming stage)

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1 week 8 hours ago #6002 by Deepin peat
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Thanks Josh,

there are already lar­vae on the bark, I guess they have spawned on Fri­day. I am quite sure the water should be ok, it is all up on the male now. He seems to be doing ok so far, wild fish are usu­ally good par­ents, so I hope for the best. On the other hand, I think the lar­vae are close to the point when I could remove even the male.

will keep you posted ;-)

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