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AW: More Water questions
KH 10-12 is actually medium hard water, not really hard. I am keeping all my
killies in such water including notho Kortausae, Guentheri and Rachovii.
Some wells in Germany yield water with 30-40 KH. That is hard water!
There are perhaps some Nothos who will not do well in water of 10-12 KH but
I dont know which ones.
#2: my nothos are in 2 different types of tanks: some tanks with wet-dry
filters sitting on top of the tank (no current, lots of oxygen, rain-drop
effect - they like it) and some have a foam filter covering one whole side
of the tank. This set-up creates a current in the water. Yet there are
always quiet places in the tanks. The fish grow good and are healthy. You
can reduce the current next to zero by having the water fall on a piece of
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> Auftrag von michael herrera
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 30. Januar 2003 23:02
> An: killilist
> Betreff: More Water questions
> Hello everyone,
> It is Mike once again asking all the experienced killimen and
> women out there for a little more helpful advice. I was
> wondering at what KH (hardness) do you keep your Nothobranchius?
> Water here in San Antonio is very hard (10-12 KH ). I have read
> 4-5 KH is ok, while others have gone lower than that.
> Question #2: What type of systems do you have for your killies?
> My Nothos are on non-circulating tanks. Do some of you use
> circulating water systems? With or without airlines to air rate
> the water. My fish didn't like the constant water movement.
> Just trying to pick the brains of people who have been there before.
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