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Old 02-25-2012, 12:18 AM   #31
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You're making me miss Florida even more.

Sach's is so expensive.
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Old 02-25-2012, 12:46 AM   #32
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I might have some for sale soon, but otherwise there are a few places like Sachs Systems Aquaculture Welcomes You! that has e.okefenokee which is a very close cousin to these. Stay tuned.
Ok will u post when they are for sale on this thread? Do u know if they are compatible with bettas?
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Old 02-25-2012, 03:11 PM   #33
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I'd stock them about the same. The females are about the same size as pygmy sunfish and the males are half that size.
so which between the two would you recommend?
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I usually stock both together. Least killies are mid/upper level shoalers and pygmy sunfish are usually solo and sit in, around, or under some sort of plant cover.
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I usually stock both together. Least killies are mid/upper level shoalers and pygmy sunfish are usually solo and sit in, around, or under some sort of plant cover.
wait so could i do both in a 2.5g?????????
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It'd be pushing it, I really dislike using teeny tiny tanks. But space wise it would work if you had a pair of each at the most, and any fry from the least killies (they are livebearers) would likely be eaten by the elassoma.
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I had one of the males you sent me turn really dark- basically pitch black on his whole body, accept his gill area was blue. I wonder if he "colored up"
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