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Thread: Aphanius iberus

  1. Default Aphanius iberus


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    Does anyone has any personal experience with this species that would like to share here with me. I'm intrested in keeping them.

    Greeting From Lisbon

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    Well I kept the species for a short while. Not really the kind of fish I usually keep.

    My experiences say that it is a hardy fish as long as you keep the water clean. I personal kept them in freshwater with a temperature of 17C. They should however accept both fresh and saltwater and tolerate a temperature between 4C and 35C. Something I find very impressive. They will need a water temperature of at least 15C to spawn.

    They spawn among fine leafed plants. The eggs hatched after about 10 days. I experienced batches that hatched in 8-12 days. The fry accepted brine shrimp right from the start and grows quite fast. However I would not vouch for how fast they grow considering they are killi fry. I am more use to cichlids and compare them to cichlid fry.

    They would most likely do very well in a pond considering the fact that you live in portugal. Practically their native range.

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    I've checked the conditions in my outside pond, and after a period of aclimatation, ive introduce two couples of Aphanius iberius, for kown i will keep my fingers crossed, hopping they get allong fine.

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    kep us updated.

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