While evaluating the different sources I've noticed, that most of them
say that the size of an adult M. trifasciata is 13 or 12 to 15cm.
But at http://www.ozemail.com.au/~fisher/angfa.htm I found that "M.
trifasciata can grow to approximately 22cm long and their bodies can
attain a depth close to 8cm deep"
Oh ha - that would be a lot to big for the space I could offer.
I think, like other fish the size of the M. trifasciata depends on the
size of the tank an the kind of foot that they get. Which size is to
expect in a well plantet 140x60x60cm tank and a "diet" with frozen red
an black mosquito-larvaes.
Do you think that it is possible to observe the social-behaviour of M.
trifasciata in a tank like this (our is it just big enough to keep
The more I think about that the less I believe it.