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Flower Nems breeding

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I caught my largest flower nem starting to show signs of breeding.. I turned off the pumps and suctioned some of it into the mouths of the other nems I have. Possibly resulting in a cross breed from Indo and Caribbean.

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Nice!  That's a good idea on turning the pumps off.  I've seen mine doing that occasionally but I'm going to try that next time.  Good luck!

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