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RE: RE: Aplocheilichthys pumilus/now color and sun
On Wed, 1 Mar 2000, cfghra wrote:
I have been using it for a bit one some of my fish. Asthathaxin (sp?)
NatuRosa. Works very well toenhance reds, yellows and oranges.
My Pseudomugil furcata, cyanodorsalis respond nicely. I did have a friend
that was finding that it also may have behavior modifying properties as
his normally peaceful killies would fight and not spawn. Some suspected
that the challange colors of the males got enhanced to the point that they
can't turn it off and hence they were allways fighting. On frogs it may
have caused kidney damage and bloating. Not sure if too high
conentrations do the same for fish. Also we noted that it may have
contributed to spinal deformations in P. furcata (but then it may have
also been the high fat diet that these experimental fish were being fed).
> On the subject of colour has anyone tried using the food additive they use
> to make yellow canaries turn red its added to hard boiled egg.
> Gary Harman-Hobbs
> NAKA 69, AKA 08116
> Adelaide Sth. Aust.
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