I'm seriously tempted mate! But zero GH? There must be some upper TDS limit that would give me a fighting chance, no? That would complicate water change day by a factor of 10!eds said:Time to crack out the RO unit if you want them to breed!!!! At least they look very healthy and you're one up on most people who keep them! When I get a six foot plus tank they are very near the top of the list to breed!
So will I! The guy I'm getting them off bred Biotoecus and he sent me a couple of articles as there's not much info on these guys. Part of it got my attention, "The water in these blackwater habitats is extremely soft and acidic with a pH value of between 4.5 and 5.5 and a conductivity nearly always less than 30 Î¼S. Temperature fluctuates seasonally but is always relatively warm and in the region of 84 Â°F." Other bits from it show that the water values at every collection point had GH and KH at less than 1 degree.ceg4048 said:I'll definitely be interested in how you get on with the Tapajos.