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Aphyosemion Bivittatum Funge

Male - Aphyosemion Bivittatum Funge © Justin Stofko

Male - Aphyosemion Bivittatum Funge © Justin Stofko
Under different lighting.

A pair of Aphyosemion Bivittatum Funge
By Justin Stofko

Common Name: Two-Striped Killie - Funge

Origin: Southeastern Nigeria and Southwestern Cameroon

Temperature: 70-77°F (21- 25°C)

Ease Of Keeping: Moderate

Agressivness: Easy Going

Lighting: Low-Moderate

Size: Up to 2 inches (5 cm)

Minimum Tank Size : 1 pair - 2 1/2 Gal.

Food : Water Insects in nature, Brine Shrimp, Bloodworms, etc. Most common live, frozen foods and freezedried.
Spawning:Plant Spawners or use a Mop.
Comments: A great more advanced beginners Killie. Mine are relatively young. Both are great to their female. My bigger pair will eat flake, only on rare occassions. It is recommended that keeping several pairs together will enrichen the Males coloration, but with keeping together aggression between males can occur.

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