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Old 02-03-2009, 02:01 AM   #1
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Old 02-03-2009, 12:02 PM   #2
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Scientific Name: Moenkhausia pittieri
Common Name: Diamond Tetra
Overview: Easy, hardy fish, great for beginners. Eats a wide variety of foods, especially likes freeze dried blood worms. Do best in larger groups, I had two for two years and once I added three more they really started schooling nicely.

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Be gentle, this was taken with my cell phone, a LG Dare.
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Dwarf Gourami (Colisa lalia)

Common Name: Dwarf Gourami
Scientific Name: Colisa Lalia
Background: 20G tank with assorted green plants both fake and real. Looks like my two gold barbs (Puntius semifasciolatus) and bala shark (Balantiocheilos melanopterus) creeped into the pic also.

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This is my first Berried Red Chery Shrimp, she has amazing color and looks great. I've had her since Dec. and she has dropped her eggs from then. I'm very excited for the babies.

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Family: Cichlidae
Range: South America: Bolivia, Brazil
Size: Up to 3 inches
Diet: Omnivore
Tank Set-up: Freshwater: Dense plant groups, open swimming, caves
Tank Conditions: 72-79F; pH 7.0; dH 10
Minimum Tank Capacity: 30 gallons
Light: Medium to low
Temperament: Peaceful
Swimming Level: Middle to bottom
Care Level: Moderate
Reproduction: Egg Layer



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My Blue delta guppy (male) and my albino guppy (female)
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7 month old Male German Blue Ram

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Female Kribensis...

Common Name: Krib, Kribensis
Scientific Name: Pelvicachromis pulcher
Natural Habitat: West African rivers
Care: 10gal ok for compatible pair, but larger tank is better. Frequent water changes & filter upkeep. Feed good quality flake/pellets & occasional bloodworms. Removing young before first signs of aggression important.

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Smile Kribensis with Fry

Common Name: Krib, Kribensis
Scientific Name: Pelvicachromis pulcher
Natural Habitat: West African rivers
Background: 20 Gallon Kribensis with Fry that are 28 days old.



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