Yes, but do keep in mind that they are likely to interfere with the duboisi spawning, and replace duboisi eggs with their own in spawns. Youhoppy2468 said:Can I keep several Synodontis Multipunctatus in a 150g with my 18 Dubs who are 1.5-2"?
Hmm, sounds like a challenge May have to move some to the Tropheus tank!woogie0004 said:from what i understand they have never been breed in captivity with a tang host.
+1. Mine looove breeding with peacocks, although mbuna will do in a pinch. I'm sure slightly larger Malawi haps would be great! :thumb:24Tropheus said:far easier to use big Malawi Haps as hosts.
I haven't gotten the impression they do. It might seem like it because of many of their spawns getting hikacked, and also the synos butting in all the time hinders the effectiveness of their breeding attempts, but I have not gotten the impression that they quit trying. The instinct is powerful... and mouthbrooders evolved their strategy precisely to cope better with egg and fry eaters, which is what the synos represent to them.woogie0004 said:how long does it take for your cichlid to catch on and quit breeding?