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Hladky, John wrote:
We all make mistakes, once in a while. ;-)
All would be well if I only made mistakes once in a while :-o
I wish I had some rare killies. Actually, I wish I had any killies. I
stopped at a LFS over lunch (PetCo). They had some "Golden wonder" killies.
Looked like A. lineatus (Spelling?). Any info? Are they suitable for a
Pretty easy to breed, and very pretty to watch. Go for it, if they happen
to have both sexes.
Otherwise, check out the listings on the F&E page at www.aka.org, or the
(2) killy pages at Aquabid.com. That will give you lots more choices.
Watch it on Aquabid, for sharks (2 legged) do show up there, sometimes.
Check feedback and communicate with the seller to see what he/she is
I have had aquariums for years, even bred some killies, but
never successfully raised the young.
Practice hatching baby brine shrimp, if you want to have success with
basically carnivorous baby fish. There is no substitute for plentiful tiny
live food for killies, IMHO. They tend to not make it on dry foods. Green
water and vinegar eels are both pretty good, but only bottom feeders take
microworms readily (unless you build a Walter feeder).
Your other fish will love the bbs, so don't wait until you have starving
babies to start hatching them out.
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