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Old 02-20-2013, 10:59 PM   #101
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Looks like your ready for some fish!
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:00 PM   #102
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Looks like your ready for some fish!
Thanks! I'm so excited!! I can't stop smiling. Haha. I put 5 snails out of my nano tank over there. I have a lot of diatoms. I don't know if they will eat them. But I'm hoping they will.
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Dwarf cerith and Florida cerith snails are good for that. Nerite snails are also good for that.
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Dwarf cerith and Florida cerith snails are good for that. Nerite snails are also good for that.
Cool. Thanks. I don't have any of those. But my brother is going to split a cleaner pack with me for taking care of his aquarium for a while. Hopefully some will be included. I don't know if he's going hermits or snails.
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Try holding a pinch of flake food in you fingers just under the surface. They will eat it right out of your hand. Very active fish. I have 2.
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Try holding a pinch of flake food in you fingers just under the surface. They will eat it right out of your hand. Very active fish. I have 2.
Ooh! Cool! I don't have flake food. Only frozen. But I'd like to have the option, so I'm going to try that. I love how out in the open they are even though they've only been in the tank a few hours.
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I really like mine, they're very social. Every time anyone walks by the tank they think they're getting fed. Lol just like my cat when I walk in the kitchen.
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I really like mine, they're very social. Every time anyone walks by the tank they think they're getting fed. Lol just like my cat when I walk in the kitchen.
Lol. I have 3 dogs, a boyfriend, and a bunch of Cory cats that are like that. haha. I'm trying to decide what to add in a few weeks.
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Old 02-21-2013, 08:23 PM   #110
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Liveaquaria.com is a great reference cite. You have a 55gal so you could get a really colorful wrasse. I'm limited because I only have a 35gal and most need larger aquariums.
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