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Here are a couple of photos of my killifish. I apologize for the dirty glass. There are spots all over it because I add Equilibrium to the water, slosh it all over the place, and never wipe the tank...

These killifish are aphyosemion primigenium 88-10. They are friendly and curious and they eat all day long. There are some fry in the tank of many different sizes but I don't think that I can capture them in a photo yet. Some of the fry are big enough to eat bloodworms.

One photo is of a female, and one is of a male.
 

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Thanks, Kemi and Dustman!
I keep hearing that killies can be kept in a community tank, but these killies are so quiet that I can't really picture them in a tank with some rambunctious endlers or rasboras, let alone anything bigger.

I think that they like live food and they'd be happier if I'd come through for them with something that they could chase around the tank. They love bloodworms, but only when they are falling from the dropper. Once the bloodworm snags on a leaf, it just sits there. I vacuum out the leftover bloodworms after ever meal, as best as I can.
 

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The filter must be fry/shrimplet safe if I remember correctly. If so, live daphnia will live in a tank until they are eaten. Canadian Aquatics (mykiss) almost always has this live food for sale.

Best Regards,

Stuart
 
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