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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-15-2013, 01:50 AM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone have experience with this one??
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Re: Blue Fin Killies

I just saw this thread, thought I'd give ya a response.

Yes I have experience with these guys, they are neat little fish. We have two color morphs and were breeding them at one point.

What questions do you have about them?

Yes, it's true, I have MTS, Multiple Tank Syndrome.

Current # of active tanks: 22

No, I don't have a problem at all.
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Just an FYI-Mysteryguy on Aquabid breeds these-Good info source.
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Re: Blue Fin Killies

Brad ( Auban )and Megan ( Akinaura ) breed them as well.

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Re: Blue Fin Killies

It sounds like Lucania goodei of Florida?

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Re: Blue Fin Killies

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It sounds like Lucania goodei of Florida?
Yep! That's the scientific name for them. The ones we have were collected from locations in FL and that's where we saw the color morphs we have.

One shows more red than blue on all the fins, and the other has absolutely no red whatsoever on it. After our move, we'll probably start putting some of these guys up on AB.

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Re: Blue Fin Killies

I liked this fish, I saw him with friends in our old group "killifish". But I myself have me busy only with African. Nevertheless, I find the American and South American very nice. Cynolebias belotti, C. nigripinnis, Pterolebias, Austrofundulus. But you can not do everything.

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Re: Blue Fin Killies

Will the killies be able to inhabit a 55gal with several pairs of Audox Goodieds?
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