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Breeding male Severum.

Discussion in 'Breeding' started by fish042099, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. fish042099

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    How do I get a single male Severum to breed? He's 5.5", in a 4 gallon with 6 tiger barbs and a cuckoo catfish? How do I get him to breed? Are there any fish I have to remove?
    Also I have a 2.5 gallon, another 2.5 gallon, and a 1.5 gallon to house the fry.
     
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    Actually its probably just going to be a divided 5 gallon and my 3 gallon to house the fry. Oh and sorry its 40 gallons not 4
     
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    Is this a joke?
     
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    oook 40 gallons is better. Id say you may want a female severum in the tank as well if you want them to breed.
     
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    yep....
     
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    Actually it's male srry
     
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    this has to be a wind up
     
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    Just bc mary gave birth to jesus without a male doesnt mean a male sevrum can lay eggs and fertalize them by himself. Keep us updated i would like to see this


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    Ok I just ordered a 5" female sev. from my LFS absolutely fish. Any suggestions for tankmates? Oh and there actually bleeding hearts I got mixed up cause I used to have tiger barbs.
     

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