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Re: KillieTalk Digest V2 #279
Hi Ronald. Since I have not bred very many killies I can't say if this is
common or not. But, I did have a pair of Aphyosemion sp. Etz where the male
did something similar. He lost all of his normal coloration, becoming like
an orange australe--after about 6 or 8 weeks, he slowly darkened again to
normal color. This did not happen to the female, or to chocolate australes
in the same water and diet. BTW, A. sp Etz is a beautiful fish-after I move
back to Oregon and get settled I hope to find some again.
>Ronald Scheline wrote:
>> I am a killi-keeper whose main interest is with Epiplatys. I have
>> noted in two species a period in which pigmentation is lost. I wonder if
>> this is a common phenomenon and if other AKA members have >or via FTP to
ftp.actwin.com in /pub/aquaria/killietalk.