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Old 03-12-2010, 03:50 AM
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I have 6 azurieventris in a 29 gal. tank and they have bred before and I think there is only 1 female and at least 3 males. Well when I checked on them a moment ago 5 of them were all piled up together on one leaf is this normal and do you think I could get better sucess with breeding if I seperate the female and a male or just leave them be? thanks for any help!
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Old 03-13-2010, 02:58 AM
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I used to keep a group of 7 with, i believe 2 females.
My opinion is that you should leave them be, give em plenty of film cans mid height in tank, and a big/good water feature, and then keep tank wet.
they should breed like crazy. Several of mine would hang together on their roosts, but i dont recall that many anyway.
good luck, but i say leave em.
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Seperating a pair is the way to go to breed this species. I usually have a clutch of eggs every 10 days from one pair. Clutches are not found or infrequently found when I keep them in a group. The problem is usually the males that will pile up when egg deposition is about to take place. I've seen that many times and it never resulted in clutch. Pull the other males and you will instantly see the result.
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If I do decide to move them should i move the pair or the other males?
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