03-01-2010, 02:50 PM
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Thanks Willow. Re the Gold's, I have just found this on another site...
Just one male and one female should be selected for breeding at one time, and they should be placed in a special breeding tank with low water (six to eight inches will do) and plenty of vegetation. Fairly large grained, loose gravel or pebbles will be useful to the male as he builds a bubble nest. When he's ready, he'll try to lure the female into this and persuade her to lay eggs. Bear in mind that males can be quite aggressive at this stage, so it's important that the tank contain plenty of hiding places where the female can escape from his advances.
so if his intentions are amorous, is this cyclical or will this continue until he successfully breeds?