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Old 01-30-2017, 07:18 PM   #11
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They're little nut balls, they'll compete with the angels during feedings just fine.

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My angels might eat them. Looking for something to big to eat.
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Sorry kinda hijacked the thread lol
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Sorry kinda hijacked the thread lol
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My angels might eat them. Looking for something to big to eat.
I was referring to the Odessa barbs. I have 9 rosy with mine. Works well

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Hey that's your tank I've kept them with normal tropical fish numerous times. Not a single loss.
Numerous times? Sounds like you've been at this a very long time or are replacing a lot of fish?

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I was referring to the Odessa barbs. I have 9 rosy with mine. Works well

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Oh I see. Hoping it works.
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Oh I see. Hoping it works.
Barbs are psychotic. If you don't have a cover on the tank you'll want one.

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Barbs are psychotic. If you don't have a cover on the tank you'll want one.

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All set on that end. Jumpers?
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All set on that end. Jumpers?
Hell no.. Jump from the food source?!?!? Splashers... ruin your lighting after the first frozen bloodworms hit the water..

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Hell no.. Jump from the food source?!?!? Splashers... ruin your lighting after the first frozen bloodworms hit the water..

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It's amazing how many times this happened to me when i had Tiger Barbs......
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