No I do not. Frank beleaves them to have been S. altuvei, frank please clearafy.Mad...do you have any photos of your rhoms cohabitating for that period of time? I would really like to see some pics of it.
I am not interested in making money off of these fish, I have enough money.Think of the profit if you could successfully breed Rhoms. You would have people knocking down your door for the ability and knowledge of how to do it successfully if it worked.
When I move yes, I will have a basement. I will probablty buy a couple more 240's and a 500 and one or two 1000's. I have no Idea what the dimentions it would be. The guy at my LFS owns a tank building company, So he would be providing a custom made tank.Mad, Are you going to get a 1000 gallon? What on earth would the dimensions of that be? Who makes tanks that big?
Yes it is alot of work but I love these fish and can dedicate myself to the xtra work it will take. If the tank is setup properly there should be little or no tank maintance, except water changes which can be worked around.That would turn into work to keep them rather than a hobby with that many piranhas. You could start charging admission like a zoo to show people your set up which would be kind of cool.