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Mr. Ruyle

Discussion in 'Off Topic and Chat' started by travdawg, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. travdawg

    travdawg Guru Class Expert

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    Hey Bill, you gave me the link to a killie site once, & I was thinkin of trying to keep some on down the linem, & wanted to learn a littl emore about them. Would you mind refreshing me on that sites URL??? PLEASE!!!!

    Trav
     
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    Re: Mr. Ruyle

    Hi Trav,
    It's www.killies.com an SG-based site and a great bunch to learn from, learn
    with, about killies. They also have a planted tank forum on the site where
    you can see some great pics of mosses, planted tanks.

    Bill
     
  3. travdawg

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    Thanks Bill,

    I am really giving thought to setting up a few small tanks to house some of these bad lads. A recent article in TFH sparked my interest, & I remembered you talking about keeping them. How many do you keep in a tank?
     
  4. Tom Barr

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    Re: Mr. Ruyle

    Warning: they are jumpers. We have a strong Killi group here in the Bay. Highly suitable fish, some are vicious, some will eat shrinmp almost the same size as they are, many are jumpers.

    I love Pencil fish, see the RedArk pencil fish I put in the Gallery.
    That's a very red and beautiful and peaceful fish!

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  5. Cornhusker

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    :) tom, where would a person get pencil fish. all our local fish stores don't have. regards, cornhusker :) :)
     
  6. jonathan11

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    Re: Mr. Ruyle

    Try Arizona Aquatics, I believe they have them. Oh, where did you say you got the Cardinal Tetras?

    walter
     

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