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Raising Fry In A Community Tank Without Floating Plants??

Discussion in 'Fish for Planted Tanks' started by rs18alpha, Jun 2, 2018.

  1. rs18alpha

    rs18alpha Subscriber

    Feb 3, 2017
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    I have two pair of Least Killifish that are always having new fry. I have some floating plants now but I'll be re doing the tank and I don;t want any floating plants. How will this affect the fry? I'll have a lot of plants and drift wood along with several nooks and crannies for the fry to hide in.

    I'm not trying to breed any thing. I just like these little fish.
    Thanks for any input!!
  2. Allwissend

    Allwissend Article Editor
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    Jun 20, 2016
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    Don't have hands on with this particular kili, but my A. australe and C. pigmaeus produced low fry numbers in aquariums with lots of plants and especially mosses. A good bunch of moss will help a lot in fry survival. Also fine mesh on filter intake, the kind used in shrimp tanks.

    Have fun watching the fry.

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