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Old 11-24-2012, 10:31 PM   #21
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Pls don't go by the 1" rule. It's grossly inaccurate. Not all fish of the same size have equal bio loads.
I emphatically agree. The 1 inch rule is outdated.
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What's in date then? Nothing.
I'm having a hard time deciding if your trolling for responses or simply just a new uneducated aquarist, some of your responses are so off the wall and ridiculously unhelpful.
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I would never keep an old world with a new world. Plus cichlids are aggressive by nature but JD can be outragously so. Anyway buyer beware on this one.
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I would never keep an old world with a new world. Plus cichlids are aggressive by nature but JD can be outragously so. Anyway buyer beware on this one.
Thats what i was trying to say. My female isnt so bad but my male will try to nip out hand if we move his "claimed spot n as i said before he`s always chaseing my gt outta his stacked spot n sumtimes that could be a whole half of the tank. N with a 4ft tank that dnt give enough room for the electric blue cichlid to have peace swimming.
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