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I can say from experience that my flag fish eat it, and to the point where I went from alot of it to it being non existent. But Mr. Green is right about their temperament I would be especially cautious with apistos who share a similar niche in the aquarium. This is a very interesting killie that behaves more like a cichlid in breeding habits. But then again apistos can hold their own as well so it might be worth trying it out.
 

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I may just leave it be and it should go away soon. I believe the culprit of the bba was nitrates being at 80ppm. Which is extremely high. But my fish are ok and my plants are doubling about every day
 

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Haha :)

Some fish just don't work as hard as others, they strike too often to be reliable!
Agreed, I was just giving my personal experience, but then again maybe I just got lucky.
 
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