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  1. My Reddit account is just fish pictures and I keep many different natives. If you want to see a couple generic setups, I’ve linked the account https://www.reddit.com/user/1uninterested/submitted/ Shiners/dace are usually pretty easy and there are tons of colorful species. They usually keep well with the smaller native killifish, Enneacanthus sunfish, and the two small Lepomis sunfish species (dollar / orangespotted). Darters are also awesome but are sometimes challenging to feed in a community tank. If you wanted to do a New England themed tank, I believe banded sunfish, a couple native killifish (banded and blackline) and swamp darters are local to the area. There’s no doubt a New England local out there somewhere who could tell you a lot more than I could.
  2. Thanks. It looks like I’ll need to get a second batch this spring if I want babies.
  3. This is my first time with splitfins/goodeids. I bought (5) fry in august last year. They’re currently about 2 inches long and roughly 6-7 months old. So far they all look female still and obviously I was hoping for at least one male. I was wondering if someone more experienced could give me an estimate on when they start to sex out. Tank stays about 68-70 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter.
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