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Yeah the problem with me was that they hide too much, and I was worried it didn't get food. So I thought in a smaller tank it would be easier to find food?PascalKrypt said:Oh yes, someone was selling austrolebias at the convention too, I was really blown away but clever enough to ask the breeder how long they lived on average in his tank. "Oh annual? Eehhh, yes, no thanks. I'll take the lyretails!" That's actually where I bought my pair xD haha. I think the guy thought I was nuts objecting to killis for being annuals because duh. Well whatever.
Yessss go raise some fry!
Speaking of amanos... I have two in my 63. I see them on average once a month, either during a large WC or when I feed bloodworms and they come out like a praying mantis to steal one from under my dojos' noses. I can't even be sure if they are both still there since I see them so rarely, let alone knowing if they are the same one or the two different ones.
Hehehehehehehehe not sure where the fry would go..... maybe honey gouramis or sparkling gouramis for a 15 gallon...