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Midnight - A. aculeatus?

Tomh

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Hi it looks like Midnight built a den out of everything in tank. I dont know if she is male or female but i have seen her in a few days which usually means she might have laid eggs. If i am not mistaken but A. aculeatus are a small egg species. Is that correct? I cant see inside den to see. Thanks Tom
 

DWhatley

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Sadly, yes, aculeatus (and most of the Abdopus genus) lay very small eggs. As far as I know, no one has ever raised any of this species to settlement.:frown:
 

Tomh

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Ok thanks, yeah its sad she is a really active one and i had a lot of fun with her. She won every tug of war game we played. LOL
 

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