A. australe can be kept in a community setup provided tankmates are chosen with care. It’s a very peaceful, shy species and will easily be outcompeted by more vigorous fish. Good choices include small characins, rasboras and dwarf cichlids, peaceful catfish such as Corydoras spp., small Loricariids and some Anabantoids.
The banded killifish (Fundulus diaphanus) is a North American species of temperate freshwater killifish belonging to the genus Fundulus of the family Fundulidae. Its natural geographic range extends from Newfoundland to South Carolina, and west to Minnesota, including the Great Lakes drainages.
Range of the banded killifish The banded killifish (Fundulus diaphanus) is a North American species of temperate freshwater killifish belonging to the genus Fundulus of the family Fundulidae. Its natural geographic range extends from Newfoundland to South Carolina, and west to Minnesota, including the Great Lakes drainages.
The California killifish (Fundulus parvipinnis) is a type of killifish found along the coast of southern California and Baja California.. Like the other members of the family, California killifish are small, no more than about 11 cm in length. The body is rather thick and oblong in shape, with almost no narrowing of the caudal peduncle, and a squarish tail fin.
The American Flagfish is an undemanding Killifish that is highly sought after for its algae-managing services. If that is not reason enough to acquire this hardy and interesting New World Killifish, the unique marking and color pattern is sure to win you over.
Inhabits still waters of pools and slow-moving streams in areas of dense vegetation (Boschung and Mayden 2004). Dwarf killifish are omnivorous, generally consuming aquatic invertebrates (ostracods, copepods, and cladocerans) but will also consume plant materal as well (Boschung and Mayden 2004).
Lucania goodei, the bluefin killifish, is a small species of fish in the topminnow family Fundulidae. It is native to the southeastern United States, but has been introduced to California, Texas and North Carolina. Other common names for the fish include Florida blue dace.
Rivulus marmoratus The mangrove killifish or mangrove rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus (syn. Rivulus marmoratus), is a species of fish in the Aplocheilidae family. It lives in brackish and marine waters (less frequently in fresh water) along the coasts of Florida, through the Antilles, and along the eastern and northern Atlantic coasts of Mexico, Central America and South America (south to Brazil).
The mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) is a small killifish found along the Atlantic coast of the United States and Canada. Also known as Atlantic killifish, mummies, gudgeons, and mud minnows, these fish inhabit brackish and coastal waters including estuaries and salt marshes.
Among the different varieties of killifish there is the, Guentheri from Zanzibar Island, rachovii from Mosambique and the Eggersi from Tanzania. The Nothobranchius killifish prove to be interesting to fish hobbyists. Caring for the Nothobranchius killifish is not all that hard but they do require a little extra attention than the common Aphyosemion Killifish species.
Nothobranchius furzeri, the turquoise killifish, is a species of aplocheilid fish native to Africa where it is only known from Zimbabwe and Mozambique. This annual fish inhabits ephemeral pools in semi-arid areas with scarce and erratic precipitations and have adapted to the routine drying of their environment by evolving desiccation-resistant ...
The Spotted killifish, also called the Nothobranchius orthonotus, is a small, short lived species of fish that is in the family Aplocheilidae.These fish are native to many isolated freshwater pools located in the savannah depressions of east Africa, specifically Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.
Killifish Common Mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus), Striped Killifish (Fundulus majalis) Alternate common names for killifish: Mummy, Chub, Minnow. Color: Common mummichog - Olive green to blue back, white belly; males have irregular silvery bars or mottling.
The Titicaca orestias (Orestias cuvieri), also known by its native name amanto, is a likely extinct freshwater killifish from Lake Titicaca in South America. It belongs in the pupfish genus Orestias, endemic to Altiplano lakes in the Andes. With a total length of up to 27 cm (11 in), it was the largest member in that genus.