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Thread: Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

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    Question Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

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    Hi fellow addicts, I am looking to stock my planted tank (30 gal) with 10-12 Pseudomugil Gertrudae. Went around a number of fish shops, but canít find. Can anyone help please.

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    Re: Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

    The fishes are available on the Green chapter website; you can order them online. Or you can go to their fish store!

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    Re: Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

    Thank you Zong, found them at GC and have a happy bunch in my tank now ��

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    Re: Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

    Hi Hermann, i am curious about these fishes...Could you share some information about their behavior, hardiness, eating habits and your tank conditions? I have never kept them before and their beautiful coloration is really tempting me

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    Re: Where to find Pseudomugil Gertrudae?

    Quote Originally Posted by zong021 View Post
    Hi Hermann, i am curious about these fishes...Could you share some information about their behavior, hardiness, eating habits and your tank conditions? I have never kept them before and their beautiful coloration is really tempting me
    Hi Zong, they live in upper and middle section of the tank, are technically schooling, but not in a vey classic way such as tetra. Best be kept in groups of 7 or more with more females than males. Males with sparr and show off to each other to impress the females - that’s when they are most pretty. Very peaceful fish, ideal for planted tank, their mouths are quite small so feed with small pellets or frozen food, not very demanding, they are known to jump a bit when introduced to new environment. My tank is 130l, planted with CO2, 26 degrees with chiller - ph 6.6, no ammonia and nitrites and very low nitrates.

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