Killifish
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Nguambanga GJS 00-13
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Nguambanga GJS 00-13
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Nguambanga GJS 00-13
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Nguambanga GJS 00-13
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Ngouambanga GJS 00-13
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli Ngouambanga GJS 00-13
Current Scientific Name:
Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Common name(s):
Some Recorded Strains:
GBG 93/21
GJS 00/13 Nguambanga
GJS 00/15
GJS 00/5
GJS 00/8
Breeding
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3 other fishkeepers have successfully bred this species and left reports, their results are sumarised below

Method:
Adult fish removed from tank (33%)
Long term (fry appear with adults) (33%)
Spawning Mops (33%)

Water Conditions:
Moderately hard and alkaline (33%)
Very hard and alkaline (33%)
Very soft and acidic (33%)

Temperature:
20-23°C (33%)
28°C+ (33%)
16-19°C (33%)

Read the full breeding report(s) for Aphyosemion joergenscheeli



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Aphyosemion joergenscheeli breeding reports

Each record reproduced here represents one instance of breeding this species. Have you kept and bred Aphyosemion joergenscheeli? Why not add a breeding report? If you had different results, or used different methods, please share your experiences

How to keep and breed Aphyosemion joergenscheeli

This database consists of breeding reports provided by the world killifish community, along with some statistical analysis. Results provided by successful keepers are aggregated in the bar charts below, with more detailed reports below that. Like any block of data, the larger the more significant. Please contribute a report of your attempt to breed Aphyosemion joergenscheeli, even if you have had a negative results. You may, of course, file more than one report, particularly if you change some condition, and had a different result.

breeders have filled in breeding reports, a summary of the results are shown in the graphs below.

Would Aphyosemion joergenscheeli be a good addition to a community tank?

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  1. Never
  2. Doubtful, only with VERY calm fish
  3. Only with species of similar size
  4. Yes, a good community fish

How would you describe the disposition of Aphyosemion joergenscheeli?

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  1. Very timid
  2. Slightly timid
  3. Neutral
  4. Somewhat aggressive on occasions
  5. Very aggressive

In which water conditions do you keep these fish?

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  1. Very soft and acidic
  2. Moderately soft and acidic
  3. Neutral
  4. Moderately hard and alkaline
  5. Very hard and alkaline

At what average temperature?

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  1. 10-15°C
  2. 16-19°C
  3. 20-23°C
  4. 24-27°C
  5. 28°C+

What, if any is the biggest difficulty encountered when breeding these fish?

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  1. Poor egg production
  2. Poor egg survival
  3. Poor fry survival rate
  4. Deformities
  5. Skewed sex ratio

How would you describe sex ratios when breeding Aphyosemion joergenscheeli?

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  1. Almost all males
  2. Somewhat male heavy
  3. Roughly equal
  4. Somewhat female heavy
  5. Almost all females

In general, how difficult is Aphyosemion joergenscheeli to keep and breed?

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  1. Very easy
  2. Easy
  3. Average
  4. Difficult
  5. Very difficult

How successful have you been at breeding Aphyosemion joergenscheeli?

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  1. Very unsuccessful
  2. Fairly unsuccessful
  3. Average
  4. Fairly successful
  5. Very successful

Very successful

Breeding Report: Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Water conditions: Very soft and acidic, 16-19oC
Spawning Method: Spawning Mops
Breeding problems: Poor egg production
Sex ratio: Roughly equal
Breeding difficulty: Difficult
Success: Very successful
Breeder:
Date this record created: 17th July 2003
Breeding Report: Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Water conditions: Very hard and alkaline, 28oC+
Spawning Method: Long term (fry appear with adults)
Breeding problems: Poor fry survival rate
Sex ratio: Somewhat male heavy
Breeding difficulty: Very easy
Success: Very successful
Breeding date: December 2004
Breeder: (50 years experience with this species)
Date this record created: 22nd April 2006
Breeding Report: Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Water conditions: Moderately hard and alkaline, 20-23oC
Spawning Method: Adult fish removed from tank
Breeding problems: Poor egg survival
Sex ratio: Roughly equal
Breeding difficulty: Average
Success: Fairly successful
Breeder: Alexander Cervea (2 years experience with this species)
Date this record created: 15th July 2009

Unsuccessful

Breeding Report: Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Water conditions: Very soft and acidic, 16-19oC
Spawning Method: Long term (fry appear with adults)
Breeding problems: Poor fry survival rate
Sex ratio: Roughly equal
Breeding difficulty: Very difficult
Success: Very unsuccessful
Other Comments: This species need very clean conditions, with a suppurb biological balance. I use gravel filters to help on this. Lower temperatures will help a lot to maintain good conditions. Only live food, as this pollutes less than other types of food. Best food is black mosquito larvae, then comes the white ones. For fry I prefer cyclops when available. Breed the best when they are more than 1 year.
Breeder: Mogens Juhl, Denmark
Date this record created: 25th February 2003
Breeding Report: Aphyosemion joergenscheeli
Water conditions: Neutral, 20-23oC
Spawning Method: Spawning Mops
Breeding problems: Poor egg production
Breeding difficulty: Very difficult
Success: Very unsuccessful
Breeder:
Date this record created: 27th April 2003