Aphyosemion cyanostictum LEC 93-59
Aphyosemion cyanostictum LEC 93-5 female
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Described: Lambert & Géry, 1968
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Breeding Report: Aphyosemion cyanostictum
Water conditions: Very soft and acidic, 20-23oC
Spawning Method: Spawning Mops
Breeding problems: Poor fry survival rate
Sex ratio: Somewhat female heavy
Breeding difficulty: Difficult
Success: Fairly unsuccessful
Other Comments: 1 male/3 females worked well. Male was shy and slow to mature.The fish required seclusion to come out of hiding. Once fertile egg production began, they were prolific. Fry need protection from each other. Moss works well.
Breeder: Meade Roberts, California (1 years experience with this species)
Date this record created: 25th April 2008