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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    You are correct. The male isn't interested an the moment! No ceiling on the inside of the filter, so probably not, but you never know!

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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Quote Originally Posted by richgrenfell View Post
    You are correct. The male isn't interested an the moment! No ceiling on the inside of the filter, so probably not, but you never know!
    Thanks Rich and this vid just confirms it more so we wait.

    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening


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    LOL!, yeah he's definitely not interested!

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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Quote Originally Posted by richgrenfell View Post
    LOL!, yeah he's definitely not interested!
    Rich, in the time Mark had these two he mentioned the male grew alot so makes me think the male could still be young. Now I do have a male from the Alenquer pair. I lost the female on that pair to the overflow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Second Hand Pat View Post
    Rich, in the time Mark had these two he mentioned the male grew alot so makes me think the male could still be young. Now I do have a male from the Alenquer pair. I lost the female on that pair to the overflow
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    That sucks! Sucks to lose the fish, and apistos are not cheap either!

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    And yeah, the male is probably just young. Good food, and good water, and they will spawn for you. Again, keep me in mind, the blue aggies are my faves!

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    Pat,
    What ever Rich says with Apistos is gospel in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewmaster15 View Post
    Pat,
    What ever Rich says with Apistos is gospel in my book.

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    Awwwww....ya big sweet talker! LOL!

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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Agreed Al, Rich is definitely very helpful and I appreciate that.

    and Rich, you are welcome to all the fry you want if I can get there. But I am confident that I will.
    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening


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    You are a successful discus keeper sweetheart. Which means that you are particular about your fish's water quality and diet. You will be just fine.

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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Quote Originally Posted by richgrenfell View Post
    You are a successful discus keeper sweetheart. Which means that you are particular about your fish's water quality and diet. You will be just fine.
    Agreed Rich, if the wild discus breed for me the apistos don't stand a chance
    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening


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    Quote Originally Posted by Second Hand Pat View Post
    Agreed Rich, if the wild discus breed for me the apistos don't stand a chance
    atta girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richgrenfell View Post
    atta girl!
    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening


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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Considering they weren't imported too long ago it may just be taking him a little bit to settle in. It's good that the female seems comfortable.

    I'd say you know you have eggs when she doesn't venture too far from the cave.

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    Default Re: Apistogramma Agassizi Pair

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Considering they weren't imported too long ago it may just be taking him a little bit to settle in. It's good that the female seems comfortable.

    I'd say you know you have eggs when she doesn't venture too far from the cave.
    The female is a little character and rather bossy with the male. She counts him and he ignores her so she nips him. Funny but hope it is not causing him any stress. The small tank might be a factor in this also. And you are right Ryan, Rich's article mentioned that being the case.
    Your discus are talking to you....are you listening


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