Killifish
Current Scientific Name:
Aphyosemion raddai
Described: Scheel, 1975
Common name(s):

Breeding Aphyosemion raddai

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Raddai Mode Killifish Eggs 15 Count ?? Rare Wont Find Anywhere Else!!

Mount Morris, Michigan, 484**, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$100

Raddai Mode Killifish Eggs 15 Count ?? Rare Wont Find Anywhere Else!!

Eggs also available just message and ask!

Acclimation:

Breather bags:
do not float place fish in tank immediately. If you float fish will suffocate

Regular bag method:
method for acclimation is to place the unopened bag of fish in your aquarium for about 20 minutes to allow the temps to to rise to your tanks temp. Next, get a clean fish net ready. Place it over a bucket. Dump ... more

Raddai Mode Killifish Eggs 5 Count ?? Rare Wont Find Anywhere Else!!

Mount Morris, Michigan, 484**, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$30

Raddai Mode Killifish Eggs 5 Count ?? Rare Wont Find Anywhere Else!!

Acclimation:

Breather bags:
do not float place fish in tank immediately. If you float fish will suffocate

Regular bag method:
method for acclimation is to place the unopened bag of fish in your aquarium for about 20 minutes to allow the temps to to rise to your tanks temp. Next, get a clean fish net ready. Place it over a bucket. Dump the contents of the bag into the net. Throw old ... more

Orange Lyretail Australian Killifish Breeding Pair?? Aphyosemion Australe

Fort Thomas, Kentucky, 410**, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

$40


We are hobbyists running a small business breeding & importing different species of aquatic lifeto ship to your aquarium!  All of our fish are guaranteed to be correctly identified by species & sex.


The listing is for a male & female pair of Aphyosemion Australe Orange. Killifish are a new passion of ours. They are similar to apistos as all you need to do is throw a pair in a little tank & they??ll be breeding in no time! We are starting to bring ... more