Here is a great read on Zebra Plecos http://www.zebraplec..._might_know.php
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Posted 20 May 2016 - 02:04 PM
Great read...even better that a Canadian Breeder is featured.....
Posted 28 May 2016 - 04:27 AM
Good article. I still believe there is more info to be discovered/learned about the zebra pleco.
I too have bred over a couple hundred of zebras from what I believe to be one pairing of w/c parents in a species only tank. I've got a second tank of the F1 generation that I have been growing out for a couple of years now. Some of which are over 3" in length.
I've added more caves, they seem to like the small pinched caves I bought from a woman who makes them on the East Coast, USA - cichlid something - I can't find the site at the moment. Currently I have 5 juvenile zebras who have claimed a cave each so I'm hoping that this generation will soon start breeding. For me that would be a great sign of being able to bred the next generation, the next succession and that everything to this point hasn't just been the natural instinct/genetics/luck of just the w/c parents.
As I learn more, I hope to share with everyone here too. Cheers.
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Posted 28 May 2016 - 03:39 PM
Samantha and DaveJ, you both can be added to the list of successful Canadian zebra breeders!
We would like to learn more from your experience for sure.
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