Among themselves, Acaronia nassa are only reasonably tolerant if they have the space and each have their own cave (eg in the form of a large flower pot) to retreat into. A large territory is set up in the vicinity of that cave. This fish does not stir in the bottom and any plants are left alone.
Synonyms: Acara nassa, Acara cognatus, Acara unicolor, Centrarchus rostratus, Apistogramma ambloplitoides
South America; Bolivia, Brazil, Guyana.
Powerful live food in the form of small fish, lobster and aquatic insects should be given as food. Over time, dry food is also accepted.
Breeding Acaronia nassa
I couldn’t find much about breeding in the aquarium.
Jan Bukkems – Aquavisie