Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Tsawwassen, BC, Canada
I find with Apistos that if they are a new pair, or new to breed (just recently became sexually mature) that they will sometimes eat their first clutch of eggs or so. Sometimes a few times until they get the parenting thing down. K, fully just got distracted here as the new Keith Urban single came on. Back to fish. I feed my A. Agassizzii (sp?) a mix of NLS cichlid, frozen bloodworms, live daphnia, frozen brineshrimp, frozen baby bbs and some flakes.
For the embers, get as many as you can without overstocking. A huge school of small brightly coloured fish is awesome and a sight that you have see to understand. I have 14 of them in my 20gl nature. They are wonderful little fish.
"You think you have tomorrow, but when tomorrow comes it's not tomorrow; it's now- and that's all you have" - Marc Johnson
Ehei-Pimpfen 276 yo!