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Re: Panchax Help.
Huber, in killidata, has A. panchax as a valid species, and it comes in two
flavours - A panchax panchax and A. panchax siamensis.
I'm afraid I haven't kept this fish, but if it's anything like lineatus then there
shouldn't be any problems. My lineatus were kept in a 4' mixed community with an
internal filter. They were among the most confident and up-front fish in the tank,
always first to the food, and if your hand was in the way.....well, lets just say
that it's lucky they don't have a piranhas teeth!
This is the worrying part of your posting, the fact that they are not eating.
I'd keep an eye out for bullying, or signs of disease - white stringy poo for
Hope they sort themselves out,
> I'm not sure if Aplocheilus panchax is a valid name any more (one of the
> more experienced killie folks will probably be able to tell you more).
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