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Old 06-06-2011, 11:56 PM   #11
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I lost the sparkling gourami today
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Old 06-07-2011, 12:14 AM   #12
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Sorry, for your loss... Well, at least he has moved onto a better place. Do you know what exactly happened?
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I love neon and cardinal tetras get at least 5!!!
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Old 06-07-2011, 03:46 AM   #14
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I have neons and harlequin rasborias and for active fish I would go with har rasborias they are very active and fun to watch they luv playing in the water fall the filter makes I think u would be very happy with them
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Old 06-07-2011, 09:14 AM   #15
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Sorry, for your loss... Well, at least he has moved onto a better place. Do you know what exactly happened?
I'm not exactly sure but probably stress got the better of him. I had to move him. I am in college and live 2 hours away from my parents. He probably was too stressed my the trip. I always hate trying to move fish that like.
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Well in response to my gourami dying, I am probably going to keep my galaxy rasboras in there. Does that change any opinions on small active schooling fish? Currently I have 3 galaxies.
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Don't know if they are compatible, but it doesn't get more active and inexpensive than zebra danios
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Old 06-07-2011, 09:35 AM   #18
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Don't know if they are compatible, but it doesn't get more active and inexpensive than zebra danios
The only thing I worry about with zebra daniosis that they are a little TOO active for the galaxies...haha. I'm really just looking for a small fish who want really hide. Like I said. I have a ten gallon that looks like it's only got plants in there...haha
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Harlequin rasborias would be a perfect choice get like 5 or 6 their small won't hide and will do great in ur tank
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I bought 6 guppies for my tank, 3 pairs and all 6 were very active and social. I have since given 3 away, and have 3 remaining (one of each pair) and they have calmed down some. The tank has a school of 6 neon tetra's and sometimes I catch a tetra hanging with the guppies or vice versa.
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