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RE: Aph. deltense = Fp. deltensis?
>> Anyway, I am still looking for some killies that will do well in a well
>> planted community tank with small schooling fishes like rummy
>> nosed tetras,
>> rasboras and an occasional gourami
>I have had better luck using annuals than plant spawners. Of the 2 I have
>been successful with Cyn. whitei and N. rachovii. The N.rachovii have
>settled in better and adjusted to there new surroundings with less stress.
>The Cyn whitei are more sensitive to heat and are stressed by larger fish
>even if they don't come close the sight is enough to make them jumpy.
>Neither will tolerate fin nippers.
>NAKA69, AKA 08116
You're kidding! I'd have thought annuals in particular wouldn't deal well
with having other fish around, just based on their ecology. Well, just
goes to show. What fish did you keep them with? I'm going to start
keeping track of what people have found successful in the way of community
Doug Karpa Wilson
Department of Biology Department of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology
Jordan Hall 16 Divinity Ave.
Indiana University Harvard University
Bloomington, IN 47405 Cambridge, MA 02138
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