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E. chaperi chaperi 'Angona'
I have a pair in a 5 gallon tank. They just produced 148 eggs for me last
week. PH of about 7.8, hardness of 250 to 300 ppm, and temp of about 74
to 76 degrees. I have 3 thick floating mops and one mop on the bottom for
the female to hide in. Feed them lots of food!!! It will help the female
escape injury if she is always receptive (i.e. high rate of egg production.
Ps- I am not e-mailing any from my home, and not much from school. I just
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waiting!!! I just moved so I have no choice!! Thank you all for your
patience. Please do not mail me at work. I will be able to respond when
I get hooked up at home!! Thanks for all of your forbearance.
>Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2001 23:02:54 EDT
>From: Blues2380 at aol_com
>Subject: epiplaty chaperi angona
>I just bought a breeding pair of Epiplaty Chaperi Angona. They are
currently residing >in a 5.5 gallon tank with two spawning mops I made with
>Java moss. Is there anything else specific I need to breed them? The
temperature is >really warm in the tank, almost 84F at times, the ph is
>6.5. there is one anubias nana and a piece of african root wood in the
>I also got two breeding pairs of albino fundolopanchax gardneri akure.
They are in a >two gallon tank. Should I switch the two species (same
>conditions, temps are found in both). What do they need to breed
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