BluePumilio wrote:O. pumilio are becoming easier by the day. I remember in the 90's when it was a rare event, it's now rare for them not to breed.
I've been yelling at the top of my lungs about proper quarantine and sharing food stuff info, husbandry , etc. , for year and years now.
The simple fact is that yes, pums breed well when you know what you are doing.
No, pum young do not survive at the rate of tincs or auaratus and they certainly can not put out the volume that tincs etc. can in a year. Not even close.
I ask again, where are all the F2s for sale? Thousands and thousands of pums came in ***UN-quotaed*** (just for Ed ) , where are all the offspring? Hell, where are all the 'rarer' morphs that made it here?