After working for months to clear my tank and my two blue gouramis of capillaria I now have not one, but TWO spawns swimming in the tank along with their parents who haven't laid a fin on them. They are about 10 days apart and parents were getting cosy again just now. There are probably 300 fish in that tank now. I never expected to be able to raise any this time around, still getting set up. Brine shrimp should be ready tomorrow. I had a hard enough time rehoming a single spawn. But they are soooo cute!! Ignore the algae. For some reason, Hans Peter doesn't want them down on that end of the tank. ;-)
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