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RE: Fish ID




Mine breed at a temp of around 75, but these types of fish aren't very picky at all. Mine breed in my 125g with dozens of other fish around. The most important thing I have found in breeding these guys is worms(earthworms, redworms, etc.). I fed many other things, plankton, mysis shrimp, brine shrimp. It didn't work until I began feeding worms, not sure why as nothing else changed, just their diet, but oh well.
 Joseph <jazz001 at di-ve_com> wrote:re the aplocheilus
at what temp they usually breed?
jazz

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I had the gold wonder killies figured as some type of Aplocheilus,. It was
the other two that I wasn't sure of.


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