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Re: [Killietalk] Golden killies
Thank you Ronnie, BTW, Singapore is one beautiful country, they still have
that big white marble lion in the harbor<]:~) Singa Pura=Lion City very
apropos naming. I really enjoyed my stay, very clean, modern, clean, safe
and friendly. anyways. that's for the help, mark, i guess the loaches will
have to find a new home..
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ron @ FAR EAST" <ronwill at starhub_net.sg>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 5:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Golden killies
> > From: "Mark & Peta" <mbethke at socal_rr.com>
> > I'm not an expert in the breeding habits of this species, I could
> > only guess that the coupling and resulting behavior is typical
> > mating for this species, (they swim along the bottom very slowly
> > then start undulating together), I have yet to see any egg deposits
> > but they keep trying. So if anyone has advice I would like to hear
> > it.
> Dear Mark,
> IME, the Aplocheilus Lineatus and Aplocheilus panchax can be bred using
> mops, floating plants with long & dense roots or other fine-leafed
> plants. Eggs can be water-incubation and hatch out in about a week at
> They're decent companions with mates their own size but can harass
> smaller fishes. If you're not pulling any eggs, pull that loach... they
> go on nightly 'search & destroy'.
> I did a brief page to log my experience and hope to share it with you.
> Perhaps you'll find the info relevant.
> Ronnie Lee
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