You wouldnt have that problem with a V8
A water change always stimulates the fish to spawn.
Sewellia fry are very little, you need extreme good eyes or an good optician
Here some pics of the spawning an the jungsters: http://forums.loaches.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=22375
No, I don't plan to breed them so they're in a tank with gastromyzons and a few shrimps. I have a filter and two powerheads which I know would pretty much kill any fry but might have one or two survive, if I'm lucky.ClownLoachSharky wrote:I doubt they wouldn't breed for a good while but you should watch out nontheless because you never know do you . Also do you have a proper tank setup for them to breed?
Thank you, Menu, for the the info and lovely photos of your sewellias . I'm not sure how old they are as they are wild caught but are around the 4cm. I guess I should check the tank more closely when doing water changes.
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