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About killifish

Chromaphyosemion Splendopleur Tiki

What is a killifish?

Killifish are a group of egg-laying tropical fish belonging to the cyprinodontae (tooth carp) family.  Many have as brilliant and intricate coloration, along with beautiful fins, as saltwater tropical fish; but a far less expensive and easier to keep and maintain in the aquarium hobby.

Photo is Chromaphysemion Splendopleur tiki

Fundulopanchax Gardneri

Where Do They Come From?

Killifish in the aquarium hobby, most of the beautifully colorful tropical fish, come from African and South America.


Photo is Fundulopanchax Gardneri Misaje'

An excellent beginner killifish!

Aphyosemion Australe - Orange

Why Aquarium-Club.org for killifish ?

 Whether you are just getting started, or you've raised tropical fish for decades, Aquarium-Club.org is your one-stop-shop for killifish and reliable information.


If you are a breeder of high quality killies, then we encourage you to sell your fish through us.  We DO NOT collection sales commissions and you have direct contact with the purchasers.   Just be decent and fair with each other.

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 Killifish are not recommended for those just beginning the aquarium hobby.  Before you spend money on buying killifish, even though they are far less expensive and difficult as saltwater aquarium fish, it is strongly recommended you join Aquarium-Club.org to have access to those with years of experience and that you research/read all of the information on this website and found also at Aquarium-Club.org. 

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