You breed stiphodon percnopterygionus, too!
I am glad to know that you breed S.percnopterygionus.
S.percnopterygionu is a vegetable diet most as far as I know about stiphodon genus.
Thank you for valuable information of the substitute food of the algae which is their staple food.
I was able to find some pages and videos by Internet search.http://www.azaquaticplants.com/communit ... p?p=160063http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUdMQKXL2vE
Will the bait of these two videos be the same as the above, too?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MA3b3Ja8O0chttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R_ssrPvO_U
It depends on an individual, but I think that the male of S.percnopterygionus is a species to change thier color of the body most intensely.
Following all pictures are states of the metachrosis of the same male individual.
It changes a color of the body most intensely so far in S.percnopterygionus which I kept.
A mosaic of the 4-minute metachrosis.
Color of the body of the normal feeling.
Color of the body that was dressed up.
Color of the body of the courtship to a female.
Color of the body of the courtship peak
Color of the body of a threat, the anger.
Color of the body of unknown feeling.
I will travel to Philippine from the weekend.
Rare Stiphodon may come out if I make it good.
I am not used to English. Therefore,It is likely to sometimes misunderstand it.