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Re: A. striatum
I have Striatum Libreville and have found them easy to spawn. Sounds like your pair is ready to spawn as well. You can collect the eggs from the mop to incubate seperately or just let them spawn in the moss and mop and you will have fry showing up eventually in the same tank. I feed my striatum fozen brine shrimp, white worms, Grindal worms, Fruit flys, baby brine shrimp as well as a flake food. They are not a pickey eater.
Alexander Johnson wrote:
> Spawning A. striatum Lambarene.
> Hey everyone,
> I purchased a trio of Aphyosemion striatum Lambarene from Donna R. of the GCKA. Now I'm interested in spawning them. What do I do? They are kept in a 3 gallon eclipse with java moss taking up most of the tank, and a small amount of duckweed at the surface. There is also a green yarn spawning mop. Foods I have at my disposal are frozen brine, frozen glassworms, live glassworms, live gnat larvae, live daphnia, flake, microworms, and vinegar eels. Also if you guys recommend it I can make a paste.
> Last night I observed the male chasing a female all around and vibrating when he got near her. Should I separate them?
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- A. striatum
- From: "Alexander Johnson" <cheese62123 at fuse_net>