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Ive been keeping fish for about 10 years now but this is really my first try at breeding them. I recently bought 4 endlers from my LPS (2 male, 2 female), and I set up a 5 gal tank with a aquaclear mini filter and heater to try to breed them. Its planted with some microsorium pteropus and java moss. I was wondering if anyone has any tips on some water specs, temperatures that are optimal for the breeding of these fish. From what I hear, they are one of the easiest species to breed! :help:

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Yah, all you need to do is have them in water and they'll breed. I started with 11 of them and I now have about 35 of them 6 months later.
 

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yup, like RedIrocZ-28 said, just add water and wait.

Adding "guppy grass" or other common fry cover plants (moss, hornwort, floaters, etc...) helps for more of the offspring to survive, but isn't required. What you have now is fine.
 
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