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Uhm in which tank are we moving into?
:blueyay: just got my least killi fish in, how beautiful they are!
Anyway, initially I thought they were gonna move in with the Betta in the 10g....that was before I seen & remembered how small Killi fry indeed can be :lol: so no to the Betta tank.
Which leaves the option of either
A) Put them in the 10g with the RC Shrimp?
B) The filter-less planted 3g until they grew up some?
What would be a better choice? :-?
Sorry, I have no idea. But congrats on the new babies!!
Pictures! I'd say into the 10 gal with the shrimps. Assuming of course that the kili's won't eat them.
:lol: oh no the RCS look BIG compared to the killi baby's......
Now I do have a micro setting on my camera but I really highly doubt I can get any good pictures out of them guys they're too small right now.
Cute! They're really tiny little guys.
Prolly wouldn't place the killie's with the betta who maybe prefers warmer water than the killie's might care for?
Yea everybody moved together in the 10 (Killi & RCS that is).
Lost 2 RCS last night which I know is not uncommon for shipped shrimps/ new homes let's just pray it stay's with 2 and not any more will pass on me that would be very bad. Killi's all doing fine they sure loovvvveeee playing in their java moss wall lol.
The Killi actually tolerate quite a rage of Temps (compared to most other fish anyway) from 65-80 is not uncommon for them given their natural habitat's. But as always medium ranges are better long term. Right now everybody there is set at 73F.
Where did you order your Killi's and RCS from?
Just private person. You can find a ton hobbyists on aquabid. I think the online fish order places sometimes have some shrimp as well.
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