Breeding Have you had any experience breeding this species? Why not fill in a species questionaire. 17 other fishkeepers sucessfully bred this species and left a reports, their results are sumarised below
Method: Long term (fry appear with adults) (29%) Spawning Mops (35%) Peat (or similar) spawning substrate (18%) Adult fish removed from tank (18%) Water Conditions: Very soft and acidic (12%) Moderately soft and acidic (24%) Neutral (41%) Moderately hard and alkaline (24%) Temperature: 20-23C (47%) 24-27C (53%)
One of the most stunning, but widely kept Fundulopanchax species. For a number of years, nigerianus was considered a subspecies of Fundulopanchax gardneri, and is still sometimes referred to as Fundulopanchax gardneri nigerianum
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