What do you mean by this Frank? What is "generally overlooked?"hastatus said:I prefer to use the historical method because there is some information there that is generally overlooked by hobbyists in stating how this species is bred.
What chemicals are used if any, water temperature, pH and physiological changes observed. Even plants or non-plants used. These descriptions linked are of general use and doesn't mean necessarily if you follow them it will work for you as each person's pirana behaves differently under different circumstances. Instead use it as a guide to add or remove things in your aquario that might help or hinder their breeding behavior. Breeders of piranas I know and including those I have done in the past make home made spawning mops. I use common lt green yarn and dark green yarn to simulate plants. This is weighted down by a plastic coffee top w/rocks siliconed in place. It makes it easier to remove eggs or fry that will stay congested in this safe nest. Just one idea to think about.What do you mean by this Frank? What is "generally overlooked?"
Creeping Death has succesfully bred and raised the fry.InSinUAsian said:It is rumered to have been done before, yet no one on either board has personally done it. I personally wouldnt mind if mine breed.