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Some times it helps to recall what we were like when we first started
My first year in the AKA I bought all kinds of killies, some of them
reasonably rare, before assessing whether I could care for them
properly. I killed a lot of fish in my enthusiasm and since then have
learned to exercise more self control (sort of).
When I lost my female gardneri and male cinnamoneum, I put the
survivors together and bred them. My biggest early success was with A.
mirabile traudea (sp?) that I got from Holland. I raised over 50 of the
fry in the basement with out an aquarium heater. They were all males.
Anybody else do anything stupid as a beginner.
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