Callatya Posted January 9, 2006 Report Share Posted January 9, 2006 Hey guys, i need some assistance I have a bunch of little killi-men and killi-girls, and I need some help with ID. All the fish in the pics are pretty emaciated as i'm fairly certain the shop owner thought the tanks to be empty. They'll be wormed and fattened up ASAP I have already ruled out A. amieti that one was labelled as, but i think I have 2 or 3 types of gardneri... er, how do I tell? I imagine collection location is out of the question, however they are slightly different colours so perhaps they can be further classified this way. One set has a far greener hue than my Akure boy. The male of the standard trio - unlabelled tank. Standard Trio Female of Reverse Trio, assume her head being that massive is very ungood. Dominant male ^^ hesitant to seperate as i'm having trouble keeping track of who is who, and i'm flat out of jars/bottles/cookie jars. What was labelled as A. striatum, got 2 females from this tank. Labelled as Fp. gardneri "gold". Last one left, looks like its been severely injured and healed incorrectly. That tail isn't resting in peat, its atually that shape, as is the light skin over 'neck' area. '> ^^ just took him as he looked like fishfood otherwise, and he was quite inquisitive Any help guys? also, bulking food suggestions? they are baulking at pellets, but ate them anyway. I'm thinking a bit of intensive feeding might help, and then move onto higher protien stuff once they look a bit stronger. I don't want to overload them. Such cuties. The pair (not photographed, but again, Fp. gardneri) are huddled down in the peat next to each other. The little injured dude is in with them and just hovering around and watching the goings on. The reverse trio isn't liking being a reverse trio and is requesting more females. The male of the other trio is herding the girls around the tank and intermittently mouthing at pellets :( Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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