There are a lot of misconceptions about Red Bellied Piranhas left scattered across the net and in older books and publications. Besides the captive breeding information is the notion that they are not community fish and should not be placed with other fish.
Here at Badmans, we are always looking for updated information and need to rely on our member's experiences, observations and outcomes of their endeavors n matters of taxonomy, care and general husbandry. There is a caveat to this. Irrespective of great information rendered in a post reply, it is requested that members actually submit their fish profile(s) and other interesting stories and pictures to Badmans. While it is not impossible to scavenge the boards for new threads and replies for updated information by member posts, the resources needed to do this is not practical for our staff to do this in a timely manner. All of staff have full time jobs during the day.
The captive breeding of Piranhas is a great accomplishment and I am in no way diminishing your accomplishment and the information you mentioned in this thread. Keep the great info coming