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Thread: Peacock Eels

  1. Default Peacock Eels


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    Have had a peacock eel in my tank for about a month, bought another one 2 days ago and since then they are best buds or male and female. The latest one I bought is almost twice as thick but the same length as the first one, they seem to enjoy swimming with each other and love to seems like kiss on each other. They are or can be seen during the day swimming around, have alot of hiding places such as mopani driftwoods and large feller stone for them to hide in and pool filter sand which they like to get in and just show their heads and tails.
    I was wanting to know if this could be courtship and is it possible for them to breed?
    1--29 gallon tank: 1 small angelfish, pygmy cory, and 4 baby albino bristlenose.
    2--55 gallon tank: 1 adult angelfish, 7 black skirt tetras, 5 yo yo loaches, 1 synodontis catfish and 1 spotted raphael.
    3--3 gallon tank with female betta.

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    0 Not allowed!
    I've never had my Peacocks breed, but I do know that they do better in groups and like to hang out together.

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