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RE: RE: Killie book reccommendations
Add some fun loving Cory's to keep the bottom surface
> occupied and you've got a wonderful combo!
Almost I have a couple of pictus catfish getting that job done. I have kept
N.rachovii males successfully in the same tank as well(the females are just
big enough to be discus nibbles). One of the males lasted about 8 months and
they were about 12-16 weeks when I put them in there. On average they lasted
about 4-5 months. Next are a couple of pairs of Cyn.whitei but first I have
to get a couple of bags of eggs, learnt the hard way with N.rachovii.
> When you say plenty of fry.. Of which, the Discus or the LIN?
> My money is on the LIN, but I'd be curious to see if you've bred
> the Discus in that environment.
You won that one, the discus have spawned but nothings come of it. But not
since I stopped feeding black worms, but both discus I knew were females
died(the reason I stopped feeding black worms)since then not even the
slightest hint of romance. The LIN always have fry somewhere in the tank if
look, the neighbours cat has put an end to this though found its way into
the fishroom and had some LIN soup one problem of hand feeding your fish. I
have bucket of fry harvested the normal way rinse the sponge filter of in
last bucket of water from the change leave for a few days and there should
be lots of little black dots darting about. Hoping there will be a female
but I usually only get one female every couple of weeks.
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