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Re: Female AUS question
I don't have very much experience with australe, but in working with
other Aphyosemions, it strikes me that the female investigating the mop is a
good sign. My fish do exactly that before eggs start showing up in the
mops. As for changing the water, I think that depends on how they have
reacted to other water changes. If they have been really skittish and shy
after previous changes, I think I would wait a couple of days. If they have
generally accepted water changes without much distess in the past, I would
go right ahead. Water changes often stimulate spawning. I think it relates
to responding to rain in the wild.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sherry Michael" <_smichael at excite_com>
To: "killie" <KillieTalk at aka_org>
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2000 1:11 PM
Subject: Female AUS question
> Hi again-
> My female has been totally buried in a mop all day (minus feeding time).
> this a breeding sign, maybe? The male is going about his business. Should
> skip the daily water change in the box or not disturb them?
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