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Jayc's Aphyosemion Bitaeniatum Killi Fish


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Apart from shrimp, this is some of the other aquatic creatures I breed.

Aphyosemion Bitaeniatum

 

 

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(apologies for the hair algae on the glass)

 

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Such a variety in colours. And these are only juveniles (about 3-4 months old).

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One of my favourite killifish! They look great Jayc, and will get even better as they get older! 

P.s. mine start breeding from like 2 months old, and I swear i get fry popping up in fry tanks because of this haha. 

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Thanks @s1l3nt

They look even better when two males start sparring and flaring up at each other.

But I'm never quick enough with the camera.

If I can get frys in the fry tank, I'll be happy.

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  • 11 months later...

I I had a about 15 or so fry in October that are now about 2-3cm.

Here are what they look like today. Their colours will change but they look so pretty now.

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Found another fry lurking in the tank.

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Female Aphyosemion Bitaeniatum

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Wow, 

definitely been a while since you visited.

 

2 hours ago, KillieOrCory said:

Are these from me?

Yes ! 

They have been fruitful and I have a couple of dozen of them.

 

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2 hours ago, NoGi said:

Any recent photos of these?

I'll have to drag my gear out. Taking good photos of killies needs the right lighting at the right angle.

 

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Great to hear JayC.

Actually what you have is biateniatum AMAR11; I checked my messages and thats what I sent you.

They were imported into Australia March 2011 by Sydney aquarium store Aquaristic; hence the code AMAR11.

I recently lost these so if you have some spare, I would love to get a pair or some eggs back if it is possible.

 

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On 24/07/2017 at 3:22 PM, KillieOrCory said:

I recently lost these so if you have some spare, I would love to get a pair or some eggs back if it is possible.

Didn't see this reply till now.

Serkan,

I'd be happy to share them back with you. That's funny, because I remember my pitch to you about being a fallback, in case you lost your stock. And look what happened.

I've got the spawn mops out to start collecting as the weather is warming up.

I'm rather busy in the next week or two, so I'll look into sending you something after my busy period at work.

I'll keep you updated either here or on Facebook. I'll send you a pair and some eggs if I collect enough.

In the meantime PM me your details. 

Address, mobile, email.

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