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Discussion in 'Killifish' started by Blubble37, Feb 11, 2012.
I keep normans lampeye killis? what about you?
Notho Rudwildekampi for me!
i like the bigger prettier ones but the lampeyes are far too cute for me!
Small Rivulus sp....I specialise in xiphidius
I have about 8 different Rivulus species which have now been re-categorised by W. Costa.
cool beans... keep it coming guys, we might even be able to get it pinned (yeah right.....)
striped panchax 4 me lol
I hopefully will be keeping these sooner or later, as I love the way they look
I just got me 2 clown killis
cool bananas guys
still love my lampeyes though
i keep 2 clown 2 red stripe killi have kept lots more :]
I have 2 pair of Aphyosemion australe orange would like to try some others but have never seen any others for sale in my area
Why don't you try to get some eggs? Killies are great for people that live far out or with a limited choice of fish due to local availability....
I am the proud owner of 5 young A. splendopleure
Lamp eyes for me, more fry hatched today 3 last week and 2 more today, they are so tiny.
you keep lampeyes too!
Sure do m8 great little fishes, ive got them in a fluval edge on their own so the young uns arnt getting hassled.
Down to my last female Golden Wonder Killifish, after losing my other two females over the last six months (only thing of note was a noticeable "s"-shape spine, one vertically, one horizontally) and my lovely male being the early victim of my breeding Lionhead Cichlids.
I have seven Apanius mento "Zengen" (Persian Killifish) in my 54l, but I'm looking to move them on to someone more experienced who can raise some offspring.
odd question, but... do killi's normally spend most of their time skimming the surface? Because apart from the odd venture downwards, mine are constantly at the top. They're not gasping and there is enough oxygen in the water, I just don't get why they stay there.
What species have you willow......
nuh huh.... mine stay there as well