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Re: i found killifish(fundulus catenatus)??how do i feed em?

Hi Kevin, catenatus (northern studfish) make good aquarium fish if you feed 
them well. Like other studfishes, they don't take flake food. They're happy 
with chopped earthworms, most insects, black worms, and frozen/live brine 
shrimp. With such a diet they'll be fat and colored up, and active in a 
tank. I have an adult male by himself in a 10-gal. tank who is up to almost 
5 inches (~12 cm). He happily takes whole earthworms.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 11:33:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: kevin este <k_e63129 at yahoo_com>
Subject: i found killifish(fundulus catenatus)??how do i feed em?

>i found some killi fish in southern missouri
stream,i think they are fundulus catenatus,what should
i feed em,and are they breedable,i also have some
young ones i found.(yep,i am an amateur)my boys enjoy
the tank i have setup,with
sunfish,madtoms,darters,minnows,and now the killifish

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