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Re: Epiplatys dageti placing at shows
My big pair just took second at EXKs show last weekend
On Sat, 22 Apr 2000 21:14:56 EDT "Bruce Stallsmith"
<fundulus at hotmail_com> writes:
> _Ep. dageti_ is one of the easiest fishes to keep and breed. I had a
> population of them for 13 years. Just keep the adults in a fairly
> planted tank and young will appear on a regular basis. They are
> undemanding for water conditions and food, I usually just fed them
> twice a day and had more of them than I usually knew what to do
> They're also good display fish, they never hide or have other
> aberrations. They're the ultimate no muss, no fuss killies. No
> wonder they
> never place at shows (but that's another rant).
> --Bruce Stallsmith
> Huntsville, AL
> >Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 02:52:47 +0930
> >From: "cfghra" <cfghra at world-link_com.au>
> >Subject: Epiplatys dageti
> >Hi all
> >Purchased two trios of Epiplatys dageti, theese are my first
> Epiplatys of
> >any sort. Any info or hints would be greatly apprecciated.
> >The only info I can find is it was once called E. chaperi by
> >Gary Harman-Hobbs
> >NAKA 69, AKA 08116
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