What spawned for you recently?

Discussion in 'General Freshwater Aquarium Keeping' started by Marine590622, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Chalinochromis brichardi spawned today
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  2. Wrosenthal

    Wrosenthal Member

    Rhinogobius leavelli spawned a few days ago
  3. waterboy

    waterboy Active Member

    Bulgarian Seal Point Angel and a Lace Pinoy with one Bulgarian Green gene spawned recently. Looks like I might be getting a few Seal Points finally.
  4. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Pike eggs are wigglers today!
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  5. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Spotted a scarlet Badis (Dario dario) fry today! Hoping I spot some more and have enough for BAP.
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  6. Eric N

    Eric N Member

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    Farlowella vitatta spawned yesterday, you can even see the little guys in the egg.
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  7. Tom

    Tom Active Member

    My pair of German Blue Rams laid eggs today for the first time. I have them in a 10 gallon with 5 Black neon tetras as dither fish.
    The parents are being very protective of the eggs.
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  8. bahamafj11

    bahamafj11 Well-Known Member

    It is so amazing to see a tiny fish in a tank that is filled with stuff that should have eaten it way long before you saw it. I think it is a Barbus faciolatus fry. A fish I have had for a VERY long time. But in with voracious eaters. Too cool!
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  9. fishlady

    fishlady Well-Known Member

    Saw a baby cory sterbai today during a water change.
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  10. Sean S

    Sean S Executive Board

    Crenicichla proteus spawned again!
  11. bahamafj11

    bahamafj11 Well-Known Member

    Julidochromis dickfeldi. Torpedo babies! :D
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  12. JeffW

    JeffW Well-Known Member

    Calico Bristlenose

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