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As a matter of fact, if you keep killies which might even cross you
might consider keeping their tanks isolated. My fishroom has three small
barracks of stands some distance from each other. We have three strains
of gardenri and three strains of bivs. Not coincidentally, only one
gardneri and only one biv strain is to be found per barrack.
Aphyosemions with the standard (blah gray) coloration are likewise
A couple of years ago some Riv. agilae produced a lot of fry in a ten
gallon planted set-up. That particular tank was set sideways with four
other ten gallon tanks. That row in turn was one of three rows of tens
set one above the other on a custom made metal stand which allowed for a
shop light to be hung over each set of tens. I found Riv. agilae in
three tanks the top row, two in the second row and even one on the
bottom row. Who knows how many crispy critters there were! Their tank
was heavily planted and partially covered. I almost am ready to believe
that they used their pectoral fins to shinny up and down airlines. Now
any Rivulus I keep near one another are as dissimilar as possible.
All the best!
- From: elyj at liddellsapp_com