Current Scientific Name:
Crenichthys baileyi moapae
Some Recorded Strains:
Crenichthys baileyi moapae breeding reports
Each record reproduced here represents one instance of breeding this species. Have you kept and bred Crenichthys baileyi moapae? Why not add a breeding report? If you had different results, or used different methods, please share your experiences
How to keep and breed Crenichthys baileyi moapae
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 Crenichthys baileyi moapae, 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.
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Would Crenichthys baileyi moapae be a good addition to a community tank?
- Doubtful, only with VERY calm fish
- Only with species of similar size
- Yes, a good community fish
How would you describe the disposition of Crenichthys baileyi moapae?
- Very timid
- Slightly timid
- Somewhat aggressive on occasions
- Very aggressive
In which water conditions do you keep these fish?
- Very soft and acidic
- Moderately soft and acidic
- Moderately hard and alkaline
- Very hard and alkaline
At what average temperature?
How would you describe sex ratios when breeding Crenichthys baileyi moapae?
- Almost all males
- Somewhat male heavy
- Roughly equal
- Somewhat female heavy
- Almost all females
In general, how difficult is Crenichthys baileyi moapae to keep and breed?
- Very easy
- Very difficult
How successful have you been at breeding Crenichthys baileyi moapae?
- Very unsuccessful
- Fairly unsuccessful
- Fairly successful
- Very successful
Breeding Report: Crenichthys baileyi moapae
Water conditions: Moderately hard and alkaline, 24-27oC
Spawning Method: Spawning Mops
Sex ratio: Roughly equal
Breeding difficulty: Easy
Success: Fairly successful
Other Comments: Eggs arrived on plants collected from the Moapa River. All disposed of when the legal status of captive populations was determined (a no-no in USA).
Beautiful aquarium fish with golden brown basic colors and bright gold flashing dorsal bands when males are courting, which is almost all the time.
Had to remove mops for hatch as juveniles apparently are predatory on eggs and babies.
They eat flakes, frozen or live foods, but the latter may be needed for good egg production.
Breeder: J. Wellington Wheelbase III, California
Date this record created: 8th March 2003
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