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Re: Aphyosemion kekemense
Pull the odd female. Usually a trio of Aphyosemions will have one female
reeding and the other eating.
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From: "Ralph" <eclod2002 at yahoo_com>
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Sent: Sunday, April 20, 2003 2:51 PM
Subject: Aphyosemion kekemense
> Hi All,
> Has anyone had experience with this species? I have had great success
with A. elberti and A. exigum but can't seem to get any eggs at all from A.
kekemense. I have them in soft acidic water (out of tap my hardness is
17ppm and with a tds of around 30) and pH of 6.5, temperature around 76F.
They are eating frozen bloodworms, brineshrimp, grindals and live brine. I
have a dark green floating mop that extends all the way to the bottom of the
tank and further down. one trio per tank, i have one trio in a 2.5 gallon
another in a 5.5 gallon and a third trio in a 10 gallon. No eggs from any
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