Video: My Ancistrus sp. cf. Cirrhosus (Brown Bristlenose) juveniles at the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet!
Here's a 3min 30sec video of my Ancistrus sp. cf. Cirrhosus (i.e. Brown Bristlenose Plecos) juveniles eating New Life Spectrum H20 Stable Wafers.
I have one male and five females in a 20-gallon species aquarium with two pieces of driftwood, some Hornwort and Java Moss for plants. Filtration consists of one Regent AquaTech 170 gallons per hour PowerHead with HydroSponge #5 for mechanical filter. The water is neutral if not slightly alkaline, and I do not add any water treatments or chemical additives.
I have had two spawns in the month or so since the male was introduced to his harem. I have made no efforts to "save" fry, and although I have seen a few casualties, it appears there is well over 100 juveniles growing out!
Please view my video below (hosted on YouTube). It was shot on July 3, 2009, in 640×480 resolution at 30 frames per second, using a point-and-shoot digital photo camera. It's not HD, but it's not bad, either.
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