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Re: Considering annual killies
The first annual I bred was Simpsonichthys zonatus. They are small, and I
breed them in 2-3 gal tanks. Their incubation time is relatively short (3
months at normal room temperature) and they have spectacular color. I'm on
my 7th or 8th generation and figure this is a fish I'll always keep.
In a message dated 1/31/03 8:31:18 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Brown_D at pcfnotes1_wustl.edu writes:
> I'm interested in a sturdy smallish annual (happy as a pair in a 3G tank),
> not too particular about water and temperature (a similarly setup tank I
> have stays mid70s to high70s, neutral pH, moderate gH) or food (I feed a
> variety of dried and frozen foods, no live cultures).....and bold enough
> that I'll see them a lot.
> Any suggestions?
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