Windellberry Posted October 21, 2020 Share Posted October 21, 2020 (edited) Hello, First post here, from Brit in Singapore! I have three Kribensis (two females and a male) in a 40 gallon (also in the tank, 5 khuli loach, two hillstream loach and a couple of leopard corys - will be getting more soon to get it to about 10) The tank is island style (two islands and two caves) in the main cave on the left the male has been digging the sand out and guards the main island ferouciously! The substrate is fine sand. He chases the females whenever they come out of their hiding spots (one on the left behind the filter intake and one who hides on the right behind the heater). I want them to breed but am concerned that he is going to stress them out and kill them. They all come from the same shop (a great local shop), but got the male and females about a week apart. I have heard that I could/maybe should get some dither fish (neons?) perhaps more hiding spots, more caves, also planning on planting some vallisneria at the back on the right. Any thoughts? Edited October 21, 2020 by Windellberry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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