Well my pair of captive bred burdigala spawned the other day.
"Don't mind us, we're just going to spawn right where your camera can't get a decent shot"
The male has two adult daughters (one hides all the time so I rarely see her and one he has spawned with) and there are two or three bigger fry that are swimming around in there as well.
The pair in the photo, are the parents of the juveniles in the first post on this thread. That tank has given me the highest female to male ratio, and coincidentally enough it is the tank with the lowest temperature so thinking the sexes must be linked to temperature.
Dad has been busy tending the nest and I think the eggs are going to hatch today. I will have to be careful doing my water changes because usually I blast eggs and fry everywhere and he comes and gives me the stink eye before going and collecting everyone again.
My B. uberis who are suffering from velvet still have been looking perkier. The female who had an ulcerated face seems to be healing and one of the males (I think it is the father) has built a bubblenest in a film canister that she was investigating yesterday. There is one obvious female in there along with two smaller possible females. I have a spare wild-caught male uberis who lives with my rutilans that I have been trying to grow a female out to pair up with. Also have two nearly full-grown sons who are still bunking with dad that I may hold onto.
Otherwise, everyone but my B. rutilans juveniles are looking good. Rutilans look like hell but as long as they are still eating and swimming around they should recover.
I have a buyer for my B. strohi pair so will be kind of happy to see the back end of those. Never really got attached to them like I did my original pair so at the moment they are just taking up space.