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Re: Apisto survey

Lisa...........I'm afraid the pH for A. norberti will have to be a bit
lower.  Mine 2-3 years ago I think needed the range in the high fives but
pay more attention to the hardness..........make it soft.  My male had an
very long extension also.


Mike Jacobs
Center for Advanced Technologies
Lakewood H.S.
St Pete, Fl  33705

----- Original Message -----
From: Lisa Brinkman <lisab@netrover.com>
To: <apisto@majordomo.pobox.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2000 12:11 AM
Subject: Re: Apisto survey

In my male this section of the dorsal
> is greatly extended.  Very pretty in my opinion.  Is it possible that
> it's age related?   I do have a few pics of them but not the best, the
> colours get washed out.  (most likely my picture taking skills)  The
> male always displays until I want a picture of him showing off then he
> goes and hides.  I'm just hoping the eggs will hatch since I haven't
> really played with the pH much and it's not the recommended below 7.
> Guess I'll find out soon enough :)

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