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Old 12-29-2002, 09:27 PM   #1
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Here is a pic of my Tiger Barbs.

Hi There,

I am preparing to get some Indian Dwarf Puffers and since the puffers are territorial, I thought it would be best to purchase their tankmates first.
I have decided to go with Tiger Barbs, Rosy Barbs, Turquoise Rainbowfish (or maybe Bosemani ?), and possibly one pair of Kribensis.

I went to my LFS to get 4 Tiger Barbs... They only had 9 in the tank and I didn't feel right about breaking them up, so I took all 9 of them. Yeah, I know, I'm a pushover.

I am going to wait until the tankmates are considerably larger than the one inch puffers before I acquire the puffers.

I am currently waiting for my 35 gallon swim-through tank to cycle but here is a quick pic of my Tiger Barbs in the Quarantine Tank.

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Old 12-30-2002, 08:53 AM   #2
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Way to go, looks like a good plan and some nice fish


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I can see what you mean about them being fast! Nice looking fish though!

My 55 is almost done cycling, I can't wait to get some more fish!!!
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Arn't they just fun to watch
your tank looks GREAT!!!!!
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