Atitagain Posted May 7, 2022 Share Posted May 7, 2022 Trial 3 my first 2 attempts at breeding rummynose tetra did not go well. First attempt was a learning experience, I’m not questioning my method but my patience. Second attempt while the aquascape is great I made the mistake of adding way too many corys, bristlenose, and other tetra. So even if they are spawning not sure there’s a way a fry that small would ever make it. My new plan is to isolate a male and 2-3 females in a 20G that is set up to protect the fry. I know it will probably take them a while to get comfortable enough to spawn. If I happen to see fry I will move the parents when needed. 10G- sponge filter- ACO 100w heater First I put egg crate at the bottom then I collected some mulm and leaf litter From another tank and used the collected water to start the tank. then A fairly thin layer of gravel, layer of IAL, then river stones.And added some Adler cones. then plants, a gang of Anubias (10) and a cutting of indian swampweed after a night to let everything settle down. will drop in some snails and add fish in a couple days. Plan is to just feed them really well for now and see what happens. Thinking about adding a big batch of moss. Didn’t really want that look but it will be best for fry. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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