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  1. Initially identified Pao abei by exporter and eventually found to match Pao fangi and not Pao turgidus as it looked to be in the aqualog puffer references. There are numerous field guides and studies over the years that have identified Pao puffers as multiple species however after reviewing everything found over the past months I have now identified these as the Pao fangi with high confidence. I am far enough along now that I have enough pictures to start this thread. Looking forward to learning as they develop. Adult male non-breeding pattern Adult male breeding pattern Adult female breeding coloration Females seem to have a longer distance from eyes to mouth than males 29 April 2024 - eggs laid today female coloration and behavior outside spawning cave. male is seen inside cave guarding spawn (left edge of photo) +/- 20 eggs harvested from cave to coop container with methelyne blue and slow air bubbling through an easy flow sponge filter collar. based off Pao palustris egg collection I left a portion with the male so he had something to defend. Egg Container floated in 20 gallon tank for temperature stability. It will be replaced by a german breeding ring once the fry are all swimming 29 April 2024 (Day 0 egg development) 30 April 2024 (Day 1 - egg development) 1 May 2024 ( Day 2 - egg development) 2 May 2024 ( Day 3 - egg development) 3 May 2024 (Day 4 - egg development) 4 May 2024 ( Day 5 - egg development) 5 May 2024 (Day 6 - egg development) First fry hatched on day 6. Seen below "jumping out of egg," More updates to follow as they develop....
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