I released female at 8:15 am this morning and they went at it straight away. I was surprised by how gentle they were with each other. There vere many successful and failed wraps but by 1pm they were done so, I removed the female before male got any ideas.
There is not one scale missing, not a fin thorn. They really are a good fit.
I just went with a torch to see how many eggs is there and I think there's somewhere around 20+
Not too many but it's what I expected for their first try especially since the first few wraps I saw male diving for eggs but not spitting them into the nest.
Hopefully the eggs will hatch and, I have to admit, for my first spawn ever, I glad it's a small one =)
Fingers crossed for the babies. They are in a room temp of 80f. All the live food ready and I can stop worrying about the parents for a moment.
I could use at least one baby though, so that I know if there's a reason to start again next month or maybe get another pair now.
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