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It's funny that some new hobbyists do well with a species that more
experienced ones don't. But all in all, I think difficulty is based on
hardiness of the species, extreme water hardness & pH needs, bad sex ratios,
unusual temperature needs, etc.
Lepto. aureoguttatus and Campellolebias come from very soft water, a pH of
under 5 and water that is cooler than in Central Brazil. Diapterons are
sensitive and not really hardy. These are just two examples. However, any
new hobbyists that reads a lot and talks with others having some success
with such species can do well also. Like the TV slogan - "JUST DO IT!"
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