No. All keepers listed by when they started keeping this species
1 dkk (k: 31) since 2006-02-28; who writes, "Not too warm water. Young fish (larvae) might die when the temperature rises above 24°C. Easy to breed. Cold water changes and rich food after a period of warmer water & staple food will make them spawn for sure. They larvae are very inactive the first couple of days and are easy prey. I left my group alone in a peaceful community tank and they doubled their group size within two years (12 --> 25)."
2 kim m (p: 2, k: 10) since 2007-03-25; who writes, "Very productive F1 group."
3 fulvioander (k: 6) since 2007-09-07
4 Birger Amundsen since 2008-02-23
5 kenneth knutsen since 2008-02-25
6 Eric Bodrock (k: 4) since 2009-04-17
7 mummymonkey (k: 6) since 2009-12-31; who writes, "Both fry and adults like to hide in floating plants. Fry will turn upside down to eat newly hatched brine shrimp from the water surface. Very productive species - spawns almost weekly."
8 Erod93 since 2010-10-06
9 Shaun (k: 5) since 2011-04-27
10 Mark Roesner since 2011-05-29
11 MHS since 2011-12-04
12 siluriphil since 2013-08-05
13 rmc (k: 17) since 2014-12-14; who writes, "WC fish imported from Paraguay. Struggled at first (red gills, lethargic) but seemed to do much better with a temperature around 75-77 deg. F."
14 Narwhal72 (p: 2) since 2016-01-14
15 bekateen (k: 2) since 2016-03-16; who writes, "Breed like rabbits. I had 3 egg-layings in the first 5 days of ownership (still in quarantine), of ~70, 35, 30 eggs each time!"
16 4evercories (k: 5) since 2016-09-18
17 evojoey since 2016-10-17
18 amazonaquatics since 2016-12-26
19 mutlap since 2018-11-11
20 ElkeBrochis since 2021-08-20