Cynolebias: True annual killifish that require slightly different treatment than the East African Nothobranchius.
Keeping and breeding Epiplatys annulatus doesn’t have to be hard. Just provide them a breeding tank, spawning mops and Java Moss. The fry however need very tiny food like green water and rotifers).
Killifish for Dummies; Keeping and breeding killifish, as per their genus: Aphyosemion; Nothobranchius; Aplocheilus, Epiplatys and Cynolebius.
Shipping live Killifish can be done without much problems…just follow the rules. Shipping killifish eggs is even easier.
Epiplatys chaperi are mop spawning West African killies and are quite easy to breed and raise in small containers.
Breeding Aphyosemion australe if fairly easy, just make a spawning mop and follow this breeding report. The eggs hatch after 10 to 14 days.
Collecting/Incubating Nothobranchius Eggs. A full photo report on how to collect and incubate nothobranchius eggs.
Pachypanchax are easy to keep and are undemanding of water conditions in terms of hardness or pH. Most average water suits them just fine, both for maintenance and breeding.