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Re: A hera
I find hera an interesting fish - on the "most likely to disappear from
the AKA if not targeted" list. I got some that bred like rats at around
22c. I raised a batch (easily), and couldn't give them away. Now, no one
locally, including me, seems able to get eggs from them. I thought they
were dead-easy at one point, but in my limited experience, they are the
type of killie that gets lost when it ceases to be a novelty.
But, taking our local difficulties into account, I think Scott is right.
Gary Elson (Montreal)
Scott Davis wrote:
> As the fish room gets rearranged, there is opportunity to place killies
> where they should be in relation to vents, windows and the elevation of the
> I'm going to guess that A. hera would do best in the lower 70s F or 20-23
> degrees C. How far off am I?
> Thanks and all the best!
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- Re: A hera
- From: "Scott Davis" <unclescott at prodigy_net>
- Re: A hera
- From: "Jesper Thorup" <jesper at fishbreeding_dk>