Discussion in 'Catfish and Bottom Dwellers' started by Cinnamonsticks, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. Cinnamonsticks

    Cinnamonsticks Moderator

    hi do they act like corydoras when breeding? Thank you
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  2. AreYouKiddingMe

    AreYouKiddingMe Active Member

    what species do you have? They are internal fertilizers like guppys are. The Centromochlus perugiae I bred like 8 years ago layed their eggs in a small cave tube like what you would use for plecos, only smaller.
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  3. Aquaticus

    Aquaticus Administrator

    Boom chicka!
  4. Marine590622

    Marine590622 Advisory Board Staff Member

    I would check the breeding reports for the species over at Planet Catfish
  5. AreYouKiddingMe

    AreYouKiddingMe Active Member

    Sorry I wasn't able to answer about their behavior like corydoras. I have only really kept my hasbrosus and i dont pay attention to them if they are breeding much. I know they are cause i end up with more and more lil ones, but as far as behavior, IDK. Do you know for sure you have both sexes?

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