Rich1 said:100 Gal. 3- Terns 6-7", 1- 8"RBP, 1- 5" Piraya, already removed the baby out, main tank is in a dark garage, I haven't paid much attention to them lately, just to drop some food in, until I did a water change, that's when I found the 1" fry, big suprise to me. The Terns are about 1 year old, they were given to me as baby's abought 1", from a guy that had a breeding pair. I have had P's on & and off for 25 years, first time breeding.
I'm curious if these terns (Rich1) came from Ohio?HOLLYWOOD Posted Today, 04:50 PM
Before this becomes a bashing thread im getting photos to confim wether they are in fact ternetzi. P. natteri have been found to have color variations. I have a breeding pair of natts with the yellow color variation. Lets just wait.
HOLLYWOOD said:Pics. definitely RB. Ill request more. Its an honest mistake Rich was told that they were ternetzi. Good news he has a breeding pair of RB's.
Pygocentrus nattereri = commonly named as redbelly and ternetzi. Hollywood has seen the fish, provided the photos and they are common red belly.TheRealSNiger Posted Today, 08:25 AM
What are you guys talking about! Those are ternetzis with red bellies. Pygocentrus Natterreri! Am I wrong? If I am then I must have some bogus info.