I sure will.
I may contact an Aquatic Research Center near by and see what is all necessary.
With the little research that I've done, supposedly killies can be a little harder to care for in an aquarium environment. I don't know what the scale is as what constitutes as "hard to care for" in the description. It just says "average aquarist."
I would have to hope that they are at least somewhat compatible with the fish I have. I would also have to make sure the tank resembles more of the what they would have in the wild. A sandy/muddy bottom with live plants would be the general... I'm not too sure about how I'm going to replicate that, unless I can add sand to my current set up?
Does anyone have experience with making their tank more sandy while there are fish in there already? I was thinking about doing more sandy anyways to properly cultivate more live plants. Currently, I have some Anacharis growing very well, but other species haven't done that well... I fear its a substrate depth issue.
Also, can play sand be good or harmful for fish? I have still have a lot of it left from designing the hermit crab tank.
I am also planning to test the water systems in the area, specifically streams and rivers, just for data collection purposes. Hopefully, it helps me out in other ways.