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#1 Brett4Perth

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Posted 13 December 2003 - 05:54 PM

Welcome to the newest forum on the Perth Cichlid Society Board. A big thank you to Vince and the committee for allowing the Aquarium Society of WA to be involved. :p I hope you find this a useful place to discuss non-cichlid/non-catfish related topics. Please feel free to e-mail me or use the ezboard messages if you have any problems or constructive criticisms about the forum. This will help me to fine tune the format.:good

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#2 T1gger

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Posted 20 October 2013 - 02:48 PM

I would like some help to work out what fish to keep. I love my live bearers (plattys and swordtails) but I end up with so many babies to rehome. I am looking for something that is easier to rehome the babies but not hard to breed (well what I mean is not impossible for me as only having had fish for 2-3months). I want something that will breed fairly easily but not prolifically. I spoke to someone who suggested types of hard to breed endlers, but being new to this it's a bit hard to work out what fish he might mean. Do you or can you pass me onto someone who might be able to help.




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