The feeding and space don t bother me. I m concerned about maintaining the low pH they seem to require. Well, I ll see what you get in from Peru.Message 1 of 33 , Nov 6, 2007View SourceThe feeding and space don't bother me. I'm concerned about maintaining the low pH they seem to require.Well, I'll see what you get in from Peru.
On 11/6/07, Mark <anubiasdesign@...> wrote:
That is all correct. These are the only species I get on a regular
basis that I feed live fish. They seem to do well on a diet of feeder
guppies. They're paternal mouthbrooders, and really interesting fish.
Pricing on the L. aura is $14 each, 6/$78 or 12/$144. Pricing for the
L. pulcher is $8.50 each, 6/$48 or 12/$90.
--- In email@example.com, "Larry Tagrin" <BizEcology@...>
> Well, I'm still interested in the Luciocephalus species (especially
> peppermint). I've been reading up on them and they appear to be
> challenge. They are generally considered to be an obligate
> least nobody has stated that they have gotten them off live fish as a
> primary food) and quite sensitive to water conditions and that they
> acidic water.
> It looks like quite a challenge.
Jacob, Your messages are coming through blank for some reason. Try going to the group site and posting there rather than sending as an email. Mark AnubiasMessage 33 of 33 , May 9, 2010View SourceJacob,Your messages are coming through blank for some reason. Try going to the group site and posting there rather than sending as an email.Mark
"where rare species are common"
--- On Sat, 5/8/10, Jacob Wojnicki <jakewojnicki@...> wrote:
From: Jacob Wojnicki <jakewojnicki@...>
Subject: [anubiasdesign] Breeding Cichlids
Date: Saturday, May 8, 2010, 2:59 PM