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    Endlers changing color..

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    Some of my female endlers' "gravid spots" are have turned from black to red. Is that a sign of intestinal parasites, or is it abortion, or is it just nothing? Thanks!
    2 foot tank:A few generations of solid red endlers, a lot of red ramshorn snails, 9 Corydoras Pygmaeus, 1 Ancistrus sp.3, 10 bee shrimps, 1 Rineloricaria sp. Red, 1 Atyopsis Gabonensis, 3 Java ferns, 1 Anubias Nana

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    Sounds and looks uncommon, I've never seen such happening to my endlers in the past....is it a sore?
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    Could it be internal bleeding? Endlers don't really change colors during breeding season, unlike the Apistogramma species.

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenimo View Post
    Some of my female endlers' "gravid spots" are have turned from black to red. Is that a sign of intestinal parasites, or is it abortion, or is it just nothing? Thanks!
    I think they need to be mated again?
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