SupersoNick95 Posted February 15 Share Posted February 15 So the brichardi was successful in his attempt to fertilize the Leleupi eggs and it seems he is even co-parenting with the Leleupi. Thankfully so far there hasn’t been any unusual aggression but only time will tell. I know it is frowned upon to keep hybrids of Tanganyikans in the hobby but, I do not plan to sell or donate any of the fry. I would like to keep one within the tank. The others will unfortunately probably be culled just to avoid any unwanted hybrids from spreading in the hobby. I hope this is the last breeding group I get in this tank as I’d much rather see the Leleupi acting normal instead of hiding to protect fry all day. 2 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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