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Published on Dec 22, 2009
Back in December 2003 were very surprised to find one of our Rubbernose Plecos guarding a clutch of eggs glued to a rock in our 90 gallon bedroom aquarium. As there were some good sized semi-aggressive fish in that tank, we decided to move the rock with the eggs to a 2-1/2 gallon incubation tank. When we later found that one of the eggs had hatched, we decided to set up the video camera so we could record the hatchings and monitor things, greatly magnified on our living room TV. We scootched the love-seat right up in front of the TV and spent most of the next two days watching our precious Pleco Eggs like expectant parents! In retrospect it might seem a little like watching paint dry or grass growing, but it was pretty exciting for us at the time. We hadn't heard of too many home aquarists who had been able to breed L187b (we believe) Plecos. More aquarium videos to come, many with fry. More info on the tank is at http://aquarium.bluemoon.net/tammy/90...