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Good food is the A number one thing, I would use blackworms if they were available. The male likes to excavate a little depression in sand or gravel (sometimes all the way down to the glass), or the sometime a flat horizontal rock is chosen for the spawning site.

If I remember, breeding temperatures were around 80 - 82 °F, but I don't think temperature or water parameters are all that critical.

Planted 20H seems like a good start. They aren't as easy as Convicts to spawn, but they generally want to spawn if both sexes are present and they are well fed.

 

 

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Smooth rocks for her to lay the eggs on and cover. I just had a pair spawn in a 45G community tank. They did so under the edge of some drift wood and a big sword plant. I would recommend Dean and Cory's video on the COOP youtube about breeding german blue rams and setting up a tank with hiding places and rocks for spawning. Good luck!

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