Thought I would update this thread.
I unfortunately lost all of my killifish (they either died or had to be euthanised) due to a bacterial infection that went through my whole stock (think it was in part due to the fluctuating temperature in my barracks).
However, after cutting down the number of tanks and fish I own, I decided to get back into killifish. I now have three different species and am planning on setting up three more divided tanks this weekend.
Had a massive delivery of plants yesterday so everyone has been busy exploring and spawning this morning.
Chromaphyosemion 'Ijebu ode' on left, Chromaphyosemion poliaki in the middle and Fp. gardneri gold on the right. Still highly recommend killifish to anyone who likes the personality of bettas, but also wants a more peaceful and unusual fish. The smaller species don't require any more than a 5 gallon tank to be happy and the colours on the males is absolutely stunning.
Sadly I have now found about a dozen species I would kill to own that have either died out over here, or have never actually been imported in the first place. Just hoping one day the main wholesalers will decide to get them in for us Australian killie enthusiasts. So jealous of you overseas folks who have such easier access to fish species than we do down here.