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Old 04-24-2007, 09:41 AM   #11
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Sorry Anne, nice pic. Are they usually aggressive?
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Sorry Anne, nice pic. Are they usually aggressive?
They'll normally try to suck on just about everything that has any bit of food on it, and at that size, not much is going to stop them in community tanks. With Cichlids, I can understand the docile behaviour.
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Ahhh, ok cool.
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Chase33, you can mouse over abreviated/underlined words and the will give you a list of possible meanings.
Thanks and yes I know. Usually the abbreviated word is a different color on my screen. In this thread CAE is neither highlighted, underlined, nor is it displayed in a different color. Thanks again.
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Bruce attempted to suck on the slime coat of one of the Christmas fulu's. He learned about 3 seconds later, full grown cichlids fight back! He hasn't done it since.
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