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Re: [Killietalk] Killietalk Digest, Vol . 49 Oldest Killie and API
Aplocheilus lineatus has to be among the oldest non-North American Killie in aquarium history. I think it dates back to the first decade of the last century.
I experienced some severe unexplained losses of many Hypancistrus plecos and discus(~$800) shortly after using API in lieu of my usual, Prime. Prime may smell of sulfer but in my area's water it seems to be the safer alternative. Summer is usually when I have the most water problems which I suspect are related to water line repairs upstream from me when chlorine compounds are added to prevent problems caused by possible contamination of water in a line being subjected to repairs. Prime has never caused any problems for me. I raise hundreds of discus annually and while they are generally a fairly hardy fish, they have reacted very badly to the API dechlor/dechor-aminator.
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