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Re: Killi permanent tank setup
Hey go for it. The N'sukka's will love it. If you are lucky you might still
get a few fry make it. Unless the sand/gravel is really deep, the corys will
be great intertainment as they dig out any worms that make it in. Java fern,
crypts, apotogenums (sp), type stuff will look great and the fish will love
it. Just remember the cover.
djramsey at earthlink_net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tish KB" <tishykb at yahoo_com>
To: <Killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 7:04 PM
Subject: Killi permanent tank setup
> I have a pair of fundulopanchax gardneri n'sukka that
> i'm tired of looking at in a breeding setup and would
> like to give them a nicer home. They're currently in a
> 5 gal tank that i'd like to plant w/ low light plants
> and maybe add a few cory cats or kuhli loaches. I'd
> like to use either pool filter size sand for the
> substrate, but i'm worried if i feed live worms
> they'll burrow into the substrate and cause a mess.
> What type of plants would make a more natural setup
> for killis? Should i really worry about the worms
> burrowing into the substrate? will the bottom feeders
> be OK w/ the killis or should they really be in their
> own tank? Thanks a lot in advance!
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