Experiences with this pool: Facing: Potamotrygon scobina:
I had (= M = 35cmDW 25cm / W) swim in this pool since the beginning of 2012 a full-grown P. scobina-couples. For the pool size and especially the base has been but in my opinion a bit too small. But I can also say that the animals have mated at this time twice and I had a total of 8 offsprings. From this we can conclude again that a feel-good factor from the scobinas was available anyway!
But I still want to absolutely keep my favorite fish, the freshwater stingray, I've made the decision, one of the small remaining species (P =. Scobina) to maintain. In addition, I hereby consider only males, since these remain a whole corner eh smaller than females and therefore a while longer need to have the size achieved from the I, the animals again abgebe (20cm DW). To get rid of the animals is again for me the slightest problem, as I casually at WildfangAquario
working (An ornamental fish shop, which specializes in South American rarities). Socialization: Geophagus - Potamotrygon:
With Geophagus Tapajos and Geophagus altifrons I had not so good experiences in society with the stingrays. If the Geos are spawning at which rays are properly pushed through the pelvis. Mesonauta festivus - Pterophyllum scalare:
This socialization I have always been very good experiences. Where you also have to say quite clearly that the flag cichlid in nature is the constant companion of angelfish itself! Now the time my adult festivus male is the head of the aquarium and chases the still small Peru-Altums happy times of his territory. That will change in my experience but soon once the Scalar have gained some size. Before the flag cichlids were associated with adult Rotrückenskalaren. Here there were no scuffles between animals.