So I'm sitting here typing, and my 55 gallon Amazon tank, the catfish tank of sex, is just to my left. And the little devils are at it again! This after an ich outbreak successfully contained with only one casualty, while the water temperature is still a little elevated (78 instead of 75). The three male albino cories are mobbing one of the females, and I think I just saw a T formation.
Also, a couple of days ago, when the tank was still up around 82 degrees, I saw the Sterbas getting a little freaky (don't know if any eggs came of it, but they were exhibiting what I look at as mating behavior). I'm thinking about sticking a female and 3 males in a breeding tank this summer when I have trouble keeping the temp down to begin with and seeing what comes of it.
To top that off, I just saw my female Bristlenose checking out the male's crevice, and, after several days of taking station on the side of the driftwood tree, the male has again retreated to the gap under it for the last day or so, so I may be looking at my third batch of baby bristlenoses. (She's at it again!)
I'm a happy boy.