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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:40 pm 
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Altum group in Thailand

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:55 pm 
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Welcome to Finarama Ruang... that is a fine group of altum you have. Any pair formation?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2016 9:25 pm 
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Thank you Ed, Im trying to identify gender, hoping they will be pairing soon all about 1 year only

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How to setup tank for breeding pair? What should I must be prepare?

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I'm hoping Mike can provide some input here. Though I wouldn't blame him if he would throw the ball back to me, or we'll both ask you to read throughout the forum... You'll find most of the answers if you patiently read through.
I will tell you wild altum are more difficult. Also, after you slowly adapt them to tap water or a tap mix and a high quality staple diet, conditioning with live foods and triggering the pair with water preconditioned to natural conditions per the species is probably the most critical thing... Again, speaking wilds.

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puertoayacucho wrote:
I'm hoping Mike can provide some input here. Though I wouldn't blame him if he would throw the ball back to me, or we'll both ask you to read throughout the forum... You'll find most of the answers if you patiently read through.
I will tell you wild altum are more difficult. Also, after you slowly adapt them to tap water or a tap mix and a high quality staple diet, conditioning with live foods and triggering the pair with water preconditioned to natural conditions per the species is probably the most critical thing... Again, speaking wilds.


Thank you so much puertoayacucho

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