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Pictures: Fundulopanchax Gardneri Aquarium Strain

Discussion in 'Killifish' started by kenshi64, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. kenshi64

    kenshi64 Member

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    Hello all!
     
    I bought a pair of these fish 3 months ago and while they were pale and colorless back then, they've really grown in this past quarter and I thought I'd share pictures here as well! Also, if anyone is interested I can send eggs when the winter is over :D
     
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    Another shot of the Male:
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    Couples pictures(from the young and colorless days):
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    Hope you enjoyed my thread, look forward to hearing back from you! :)
     
    Cheers!

     
  2. lrhodes

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    Are these a type of killifish?
    Very neat. They are such pretty fish.
     
  3. CoryFever

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    I used to have a pair, but have since exited the killifish game. I'm thinking about getting some eggs, I enjoy watching the fry grow up. I'll pm you about that once the winter is over and I decide I want a few. They breed so easily! It really is fun breeding these killis, and they grow up to be so colorful. I actually had a video of these guys spawning. I'll see if I can dig that up. I have a mountain of files on this computer lol
     
  4. kenshi64

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    Hello! Sorry for the late reply! I check for the first couple of days but this sub forums is really quite dead :/  Very nice to know that I'm responsible for rekindling the love for killies, good luck! I need to document this F1 batch before I sell them off to the fish shop tomorrow! *returns* Done, pictures attached! It's not fair! This alpha looks waaayy better than his father at the same age! :I
     
    Yes indeed! In fact they're the most popular beginner killie along with the lyretail killifish! :) I've attached pictures of his kids below. The alpha kid looks amazing, he's got green on him and more color in general! :O
     
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    Naturally, copyrights reserved :) Enjoy!
     

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