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Old 03-24-2012, 12:47 AM   #1
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Hows my stock list?

Right now I have 1 German blue ram , 1 female Betta (temporary) , 1 green severum ( returning due too aggression) , 3 albino Cory , 6 long finned zebra daino, 1 banjo catfish, 6 ghost shrimp, 1 black kuhli loach, and 1 dwarf crayfish. It's a 55 gallon , whisper 60 filter and planning too get another filter. Now I'm pretty sure I have room once the beta is relocated and the severum is returned. Just wanna make sure im stocking we'll. Any suggestions for fish are welcome.
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Old 03-24-2012, 01:02 AM   #2
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Kuhli loaches feel safer in groups, I recommend around 5. I don't know anything about rams or the corys but in my mental picture it seems ok lol. Idk about dwarf crays buy I had 3 blue crayfish a while back and they weren't very nice
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The loach is actually a funny story. I was cleaning out the 55 that I had bought and I think the previous owner must have forgot about the little guy. He was in the substrate, was quite a suprise! I plan on getting more, my local LFS haven't had any in yet. Surprisingly the Dwarf and the fish mind there own. He's pretty docile for a crayfish. He only grows too about 2 inches.
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CPOs are fish safe. Just give him hiding spots to molt in. Glad you found the poor Loach !
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Yeah, they really are. I've had no problems with him at all, except I did catch him munching on a very small Kuhli Loach, less then an inch. Ordered 3, caught him with one. I'm not sure if he killed it or if it died. But I haven't seen the other 2 since. I'm going to have to figure a way to find them. But yeah I'm really happy I found him. I was just taking the gravel out after I had drained it and seen a little tail wiggling around. I got the little guy out and put him in my 10 gallon tank at the time. (:
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