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A. sp. Harlequin

mervin

Member
5 Year Member
hahaha !!!
one apisto that i can ever keep alive !!!

killed 3 wild pairs so far.............
 

blueblue

Active Member
5 Year Member
mervin said:
hahaha !!!
one apisto that i can ever keep alive !!!

killed 3 wild pairs so far.............
Agree and i fully understand!!
This fish is really notorious! I myself have got three male fish
of A. sp. Harlequin died from dropsy ~_~
 

mervin

Member
5 Year Member
blueblue said:
Agree and i fully understand!!
This fish is really notorious! I myself have got three male fish
of A. sp. Harlequin died from dropsy ~_~
i have not seen this disease ever since i stopped feeding live worms, frozen blood worms, remove any left over food and not over feed.
 

blueblue

Active Member
5 Year Member
mervin said:
i have not seen this disease ever since i stopped feeding live worms, frozen blood worms, remove any left over food and not over feed.
i myself only feed the fish with staple food (Sera, and Tetra), and live bbs... Among all the victims, dropsy only appears in the big-mouth fish such as A. sp. Harlequin , Panda, A. sp. Maulbruter , etc... maybe they love to dig deep in the soil for food and they also eat a lot of those leftover food trapped in the soil...
 
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