04-21-2007, 04:07 PM
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Auloncara nyassea I believe is the scientific name. Years ago, many thought this was a hard fish to breed. As these fish became more widely distributed in the hobby (via breeders), they have become more and more easily bred. Spawns are not as prolific as a red zebra, but at the same time, you will have more fry than a frontosa. I currently have breeding colonies of about five different color morphs of including albinos, yellows, and sulphurs. All are producing (or should I say reproducing) just fine.