My BLogs Right Breeding report for Ancistrus sp. `WABENMUSTER` by jac

Down Basics
Overview The first spawn was on Sunday 8th of July 2018. The breeding group consisted of 1 male and 2 females. The smallest male was at least 11mm SL and the smallest female was at least 8mm SL. The individuals were obtained from Germany.
1.Repashy (dry / prepared) daily
Down Water Parameters (at time of spawning)
pH 6.90 to 7.20
Conductivity 300µs to 300µs
Temperature 26.0°C to 28.0°C
Current Gentle
Down Aquarium
Dimensions The aquarium dimensions were 600mm x 400mm x 400mm (23.6" x 15.7" x 15.7") all Length x Width x Height.
Furniture Substrate sand and gravel, wood and caves
Filtration Internal filter filled with Siporax
Lighting LED, low
Heating 75w Eheim heater
Down Breeding
Behaviour Typical Ancistrus behavior. Female visits males cave, can have multiple spawns from different females.
Eggs There were 60 orange eggs laid which were 2.0mm in diameter.
Time to hatch 4 days
Number: 55
Free swimming: 50 days
Segregation Male guards eggs in cave, or kicked them out when there are to many. Easy to hatch in tumbler.
Fry sizes 7 days: 0mm
14 days: 0mm
21 days: 0mm
Juvenile sizes 1 month: 0mm
3 months: 0mm
6 months: 0mm
6 months
Fry and juvenile feeding In my experience fry don't do well if left in breeding tank. They tend to starve and mass die. Holding them in a fry saver and feeding them gives an almost 100% surviving rate.