Killi-Gallery

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  1. BigC

    BigC Member

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    I thought it would be interesting to start a Killi-Gallery thread. You are invited as a member of TFF to submit photos of your Killifish here......
    I'll start the ball rolling with this image of a male Aphyosemion(Chrom) malumbresi Rio Muni GEMLCG2007/50 I purchased at last years BKA Convention

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    So lets see your images of your killifish
    Regards
    C
     
  2. BeckyJay

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    I know Golden Wonders are probably the least impressive looking Killis, but I like them. This is my group of 3.
     

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  3. Rex740

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    Wild variant of the Golden Wonder killie.
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    One of my young male Fundulus Chrysotus.
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    Male Blue-fin killie (Lucania goodei). Stressed out color due to it being in the middle of transportation.
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    Nothobranchius korthausae (Red form)
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    A young Fundulopanchax gardneri, lafia gold.
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    My new Fundulopanchax Walkeri. Colors are a bit faded as I just got him.
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    Edit: Forgot one.
    Here is my Fundulus confluentus when I first got him. He's much bigger now.
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  4. BigC

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    Excellent, keep them comming guys
    Rex...please repost when the bagged fish are settled.
    Regards
    C
     
  5. Rex740

    Rex740 Winner - Fish Of The Month

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    Unfortunately the blue-fins were a fish sale. I catch them locally in canals and lakes. The only reason why I have a picture of those guys is that when I was packing them I noticed the orange on the fins which was pretty unusual as the fins are usually all blue. Hopefully I'll have some settled Walkeri photos soon, their breeding set up is almost done.
     
  6. Carlovel1

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    Nothing spectacular but here are mine:
    Rocket Panchax/Clown Killifish
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    Norman's Lampeye
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  7. Rex740

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    Nothing spectacular? I've been trying to find clown killies forever. I'm assuming they are quite rare where I am located.
     
  8. Biulu

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    My young gardneri male: Jos Plateau

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  9. Rex740

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    I couldn't resist. I now know how to take really great photos of fish. Exhibit A...

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  10. BeckyJay

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    Lol, the way you've taken the photo it looks like the killi's about the size of an arowana :D
     
  11. Jase82

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    This is a seriously awesome fish! Gardeni/Blue Lyretail right?
     
  12. Rex740

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    Gardneri, Lafia Gold locale. Not lyretail at all. I do notice it looks a lot nicer compared to the ones from google images and others I see around.
     
  13. Pixietina

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    what great specimens great to see killi's id keep them but impossible to find :(
     
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    Here is my male, I've callled him Nemo because he's only got one pectoral fin
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  15. AlbertShipman

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    Was looking at these little beauties today in Edinburgh, does anyone have any more advice on them. Would keeping 3 or 4 together be ok or is that too small a number?
     

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