I have a group of P. taeniatus ‘Moliwe’ (one male and three females) that are doing well in a 33-gallon long aquarium with some Neolebias cf. trewavasae and Barbus jae that I brought home from Gabon last Winter. I used to keep all my kribs as single pairs, but I have discovered that they do better in small colonies, so long as there is enough space. In this case, I have three females and three breeding locations separated by visual barriers. This video shows the most dominant female with a group of fry and the male helping her to care for them. But he sneaks off to visit another female that is ready to spawn! This is not typical behavior. Pairs with fry usually have a very strong bond, but captivity does strange things to fish behavior. I have never had two females of this species together in the same tank guarding fry… it will be interesting to see what happens!