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Synodonitis Petricola.. breeding..
I'm looking to breed these cute little cats..
I currently have 3 and I'm looking to acquire a total of 6 for my 50G tank.
I have lots of caves, 8.3 pH (with the help of aragonite sand), temp kept 78-82, fed pellets, bloodworms and brine shrimp.
What I'm wondering is if anyone has any luck with them?? I've searched and searched and I can't find anything that says what an ideal ratio of male to female would be..
Most "catfish" come up 2:1, but does that apply to these little guys or is 1:1 sufficient?? I'm thinking if it's more 2:1 then I'd probably be more apt to have 9 instead of 6.
Any ideas would be great.. Thanks.. :-D
as far as i know not much luck has been had with breeding theses guys, there are some isolated cases ive come across but not alot of information
I've read there are many other synos that are very hard to breed in comparison to petricolas.. I was just wondering if anyone had any experience with them..
There was once a time when Yellow Labs Cichlids were so hard to breed.. and I've done that.. So a challenge in getting it right to make it work is right up my alley!
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