Dwarf, Red Eye, South American & more. Freshwater puffer talk in here.
- Puffer Fry
- Posts: 25
- Joined: Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:16 pm
- Gender: Male
- My Puffers: C. travancorius
- Location (country): Belgium
- Location: Belgium
StinkyPete wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 24, 2018 6:53 pm
ramp005 wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:49 am
Guess what, yesterday I came into me fish room in the afternoon and one of my 2 pairs were mating
I quickly grabbed my camera and started a new topic here: viewtopic.php?f=40&t=36997
Thanks for showing up.
I'm going to need some help next time I have this happen with random eggs all over.
This looks like a happy ending to a puffer pair meet and greet.
Yeahhhh! Let's get those leopards going and try and stabilize a captive population now we've finally got them again, whatever continent we are in.
I've bred C. irubesco and C. travancorius in the past.
If you want some pointers, feel free to drop me a personal message.
I'm keeping notes on the evolution of my schoutedeni.
ONE TIP, put a filter sponge over the intake of your filter!
You're doing great caring for your fish. Keep up the good work!
I also have some info on my website:http://www.toekie-world.be
- Figure 8 Puffer
- Posts: 107
- Joined: Tue May 22, 2018 5:52 pm
- My Puffers: (Pea puffers),T. schoutedeni, P. Turgidus, P. palembangensis, Random target puffer, cutcuia, palustris...
- Location (country): USA
Thanks. I will.
I'll be more open this weekend. Overtime scheduled at work is draining.
This is a portion of it.
The second photo is a separated schoutedeni in a 40 breeder, half lighted, and half anubias/low light species of plants
(3 algae eating otos in there too).
I have 5 together and 2 more individuals by themselves.