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Old 04-07-2012, 05:12 AM   #11
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Oh and dragon gobies are brackish.
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Old 04-07-2012, 05:15 AM   #12
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ok i have fixed my details and am going the Lfs today so need ideas a.s.a.p
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Ok so I got 2 kissing gourami and an apple snail in the end
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Ok so I got 2 kissing gourami and an apple snail in the end
Eek!! I'm sorry I didn't get back to you sooner! Gotta sleep sometime
I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this but IMO your tank was already stocked to the limit without the kissers. Kissing gouramis can reach 1 foot long (30cm) and be quite aggressive to their own kind. Really not a good choice for a 90L tank.
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Gotta sleep sometime
You actually sleep? I don't believe you :P

And yea OP as has been said.

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Eek!! I'm sorry I didn't get back to you sooner! Gotta sleep sometime
I'm sorry to be the one to tell you this but IMO your tank was already stocked to the limit without the kissers. Kissing gouramis can reach 1 foot long (30cm) and be quite aggressive to their own kind. Really not a good choice for a 90L tank.
Hard when at first he gave the wrong size tank.
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Hard when at first he gave the wrong size tank.
I'm sure lots of people have made a mistake before, let's not make too much of it eh?

The OP realised the error, may have been pointed out lol, and made changes to the title post to illustrate the new size.
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Old 04-07-2012, 12:33 PM   #19
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Oh no well yes I did get bad info on my tank size ( I blame the website ) and I have 2 filters running in this tank so I have a little room 2 move at the moment. I will have to keep them in there and see how they get on and when they get bigger I have a 1 and a half foot tank I can set up 2 house them on there own or failing that it's an excuse to get a new tank thanks for the feed back guys and ya live and learn
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Oh no well yes I did get bad info on my tank size ( I blame the website ) and I have 2 filters running in this tank so I have a little room 2 move at the moment. I will have to keep them in there and see how they get on and when they get bigger I have a 1 and a half foot tank I can set up 2 house them on there own or failing that it's an excuse to get a new tank thanks for the feed back guys and ya live and learn
Sorry, but you said a foot and a half, as in 18"L tank? At a very minimal you would need a 4 foot or 48"L aquaria to house two full grown kissing gourami's appropriately. That's either a 55g or a 60g. IMO you need an upgrade, never a bad thing.
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