thanx, i think i should have put this in the advanced section, iv been keeping PDFs for a couple years now, but thanx for the info now im realy interested in breededing them could i have some detailed info on that?
D. galactonotus act a lot like D. auratus. They do well in colonies. They are a little more difficult to sex and climb a little more than auratus. Mature females full of eggs are obvious. Young adults aren't so obvious. I'm keeping 3 colonies. They are real sharp looking.
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