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Old 12-30-2006, 06:28 PM   #1
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High fin cardinal with Pj. Cardinal?

would it be ok to have one of each? a pajama and high fin? (high fin also known as Kaudern's Cardinal ????
any one have any experience with these? how would it do with my other tank mates?
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Personally, I would not mix the species...they are a fish that will do well in small harems, providing there is only one male. Is your tank info updated? if so, it says you have one pajama already, I would get another one or two.
You have a clown and wrasse in there, that will pretty much max out your tank imo.
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oh ok
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Sorry Blazey but I agree with Lisa. That`s why I always suggest at least a 55 gallon tank because we always want more. Time for an upgrade. LOL
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Old 12-31-2006, 11:28 PM   #5
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Sorry Blazey but I agree with Lisa. That`s why I always suggest at least a 55 gallon tank because we always want more. Time for an upgrade. LOL
I wish lol, but me being only 14 I cant really do much about it
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I thought your PJ went belly up....did you get another one?
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Old 01-01-2007, 09:26 PM   #7
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I thought your PJ went belly up....did you get another one?
no I have had this one for a while, the other one was a new baby I had bought ...
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Ahhh, ok, I thought I was going a little loopy, in the head!
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