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Old 09-26-2011, 05:55 PM   #1
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6 tiger barbs
7 zebra danios
6 neon tetras
Bolivian ram
Dwarf gourami
Algae eater
Pleco
Red claw crab
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Old 09-27-2011, 06:48 PM   #2
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Looks very nice I have tiger barbs in my 29 gal tank and have been wanting a dwarf gourami for a while but have read that they can't be kept together. Have you had any problems with them?
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Looks very nice I have tiger barbs in my 29 gal tank and have been wanting a dwarf gourami for a while but have read that they can't be kept together. Have you had any problems with them?
They seem to be doing very well together. Haven't has any problems yet
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6 tiger barbs
7 zebra danios
6 neon tetras
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Dwarf gourami
Algae eater
Pleco
Red claw crab
Very nice fish!
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Nice like the stock list too, a good mix of colours. How is your crab? I've had a rcc in my tank for two months now. Have you had him long? Do you have a place for him to come out the water? One rcc in an older tank managed to escape and go roaming round the house!
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Pet store told us we couldnt have tiger barbs in a community. Glad to see it is possible!
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Old 09-28-2011, 12:17 AM   #7
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Nice like the stock list too, a good mix of colours. How is your crab? I've had a rcc in my tank for two months now. Have you had him long? Do you have a place for him to come out the water? One rcc in an older tank managed to escape and go roaming round the house!
I got my rcc about 5 days ago. Originally put him in my cichlid tank but they were nipping at him so I pit him in here. I have a tall enough plant now. I was doing a water change and he was in the filter.
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