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    Learn more about killifish

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    Wish to learn more from the experts about killifish.
    1) how to differentiate make and female?
    2) what to feed killifish?
    3) can they be kept as community fish?

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    Re: Learn more about killifish

    Males are almost 100% more vibrant than compare to females,
    Most killis can be fed on a diet of both pellets and live food.
    Live food usually are used to condition a pair before breeding
    And yes killis is a community fish, except when in breeding mood, abit more aggresive during than.

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    Re: Learn more about killifish

    Is it that male killifish are more colourful similar to male guppy?

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    Re: Learn more about killifish

    Quote Originally Posted by David Chan View Post
    Is it that male killifish are more colourful similar to male guppy?

    Yes. Males are more vibrantly colored than their female counterparts. They are also much larger for some species.

    That said, there are also species where the females are as colorful like the elusive Aphyosemion hera.
    Currently Keeping: Cyphotilapia sp. & Hypancistrus zebra

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