Thank you, that was concerning me a bit too, although the second one I posted is much smaller it looks similar to the males. I will see if I can get a photo of the other "female" tomorrow.Beautiful fish.. the two fish in the pictures looks very alike (to me atleast) so i checked Toms site to see more pictures and sexual dimorphs.
The new pictures there looks amazing.
Anyway, good luck with them.
Thanks for sharing!In this video by Oliver Lukanus at 5:24 there seems to be a female (in the background) because there's also a smaller but way more masculine looking specimen also in the video:
Yes, thanks for this, really interesting video. It seems I should have put rocks their tank rather than wood! I might add some to make it more authentic... I wish I could have bought some of the pencilfish to go with them. But I have already spent too much on fish lately and they were $28 each...!In this video by Oliver Lukanus at 5:24 there seems to be a female (in the background) because there's also a smaller but way more masculine looking specimen also in the video:
I have just got mine, so they haven't spawned here yet. But the female has turned yellow, and looks massive enough to be build for mouthbrooding:Has anybody experienced mouthbreeding behaviours with sp Ladislao?
I'll keep you updated, Erik. Don't expect anything spectacular: in my tanks most facultative mouthbrooders behave like ordinary apistos.I'm eager to see what they will do in your tank.