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Marcus
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Location: San Diego, California

PostPosted: 2008.04.22(Tue)19:41    Post subject: gardeneri killifish? Reply with quote

My LFS sells them in pairs so, are they easy to breed? are they aggresive? and how big do they get?? help
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UncleWillie
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Joined: 26 Nov 2007
Location: Georgia, USA

PostPosted: 2008.04.22(Tue)19:49    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marcus, please search the site and you might find what you are looking for. Check out the Gallery button of the left, and it might help you with the fish you are interested in. All comments posted in the gallery section are done by people who have had experience - it could help a lot. Here is the link you need for this fish.
http://www.aquahobby.com/gallery/e_gardneri.php
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Marcus
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PostPosted: 2008.04.22(Tue)19:57    Post subject: Reply with quote

ohh I'm sorry
I posted before checking out the web
normaly I just check this website but forget about the whole web
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freshigal
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PostPosted: 2008.04.23(Wed)8:24    Post subject: Reply with quote

I bred mine without even trying. I placed a pair in a planted five gallon hex with an algae problem. I gave them no special food, just nice water quality and some privacy. Evidently they thought the mass of hair algae attached to the java moss was a spawning mop! One day I saw a tiny fry swimming around and a week or so later another one. Soon I'll need to set up another tank because the larger of the fry is coloring up and looks to be another male.
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nonamethefish
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PostPosted: 2008.05.07(Wed)20:44    Post subject: Reply with quote

Breeding in colony tanks does work. I reccomend removing the fry as they grow as older fry will eat younger ones.
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imike24
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PostPosted: 2008.11.28(Fri)7:13    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank
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