Polypterus also head shake for means letting others know to get away from my territory or during spawning. I've seen my Senegalus head shake many times.Thanks for the fast response
Except of the slightly head shaking, he's acting completely normal and also eating very well.
The water is also completely ok.
I just dont't want to miss something. I have him since he was 2 inch and he was one of my first two polys.
I don't think it is a territory thing... never had any aggression between my polys an the most time of the day they lie in the same tube.Polypterus also head shake for means letting others know to get away from my territory or during spawning. I've seen my Senegalus head shake many times.
A mix of Tilapia filets, Rosenberg shrimps without shell and Hikari Massivore Pellets. I cut the fish and shrimps in peaces and freeze it with the pellets in aWhat do you feed it? Sometimes when you feed it fish meat and some gets stuck on the side of their mouth.