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Re: Hi, I am new here



Having read your post to the list I am replying because I too have had a
stroke.resulting in the loss of the use of my left side I find it very
difficult to do simple things like water changes collecting eggs .I have
tried SAA's with no success preparing peat &collecting it for storage has
been the problem.I have yet to find an egg let alone hatch a fry.In years
gone by I kept A scheeli which seemed to do well for several generations in
a30x15x12 planted tank.Hope you enjoy the list.It keeps me in contact with
the world outside my door.
best wishes & good health

Bill Matthew
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From: <cantbackup at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, July 21, 2002 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: Hi, I am new here


> i currently dont have any killies but i am looking forward to getting some
> i would like to get ones that do not eat their babies and i dont have to
dry
> out the eggs
> I used to have quite a few different kinds but have had a stroke and my
mind
> isnt what it was.
> it is very hard for me to remember names, but gardeneri nusaaka (other
name
> starts with an a i think but not sure
> probably you know what im talking about
> anyway the ones i had repeatedly were having fry appear from nowhere and
they
> never chased them around or ate them.  And those are the ones im looking
for
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