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Old 08-24-2011, 01:34 PM   #11
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Top water fish wouldn't have a problem, like a African butterfly or something of that nature, and yes cover up the whole where the filter is, had a couple escapes by mine.
not sure if you were suggesting an african butterfly fish for the OPs tank,but i think tyhey get to big
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Old 08-24-2011, 02:40 PM   #12
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Riparium!! I wish I had an extra tank. These are coooooollll!!!
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Riparium!! I wish I had an extra tank. These are coooooollll!!!
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I wish I had 10 extra tanks! Lol, but that is the curse of this hobby.
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Old 08-24-2011, 10:02 PM   #14
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I was just say saying fish that never leave the surface, not sure how big African butterflys get but they might do alright in a 10. Mosquito fish?
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Personally I would do a male ( half moon) and a couple snails and a few little dwarf albino Cory cats!
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Old 08-24-2011, 10:51 PM   #16
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Personally I would do a male ( half moon) and a couple snails and a few little dwarf albino Cory cats!
Sorry, stupid iPad I meant a male half moon betta!
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Thanks for all the ideas! I've decided I'm definately going with the riparium. That thing is awesome! Now I have to decide what fish to go in there as I'm going to put a frog and crab in my riparium. Will post pictures and update for anybody that's interested!
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YAY!!! Can't wait to see it!!!
I vote for a betta...I think it would be very happy in there.
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Thanks for all the ideas! I've decided I'm definately going with the riparium. That thing is awesome! Now I have to decide what fish to go in there as I'm going to put a frog and crab in my riparium. Will post pictures and update for anybody that's interested!
i wouldnt suggest a crab,most are brackish and all are oppurtunistic predators. a frog may not be a good idea either because most have minor toxins and only eat live food
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YAY!!! Can't wait to see it!!!
I vote for a betta...I think it would be very happy in there.
I concur. I know that bettas are very common, but they really are fascinating and fun once you have them out of that blasted little cup that most of them come in.
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