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Old 06-08-2011, 05:51 PM   #11
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I feed mine the Thera+A 3mm pellet.

I am down to two tanks, so it is not as bad as it used to be.
Ohhhhh what kind of bichirs do you have?
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Delhezi, I am currently trying to sell them. I am going to do something different with my 150.
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Old 06-08-2011, 07:01 PM   #13
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Delhezi, I am currently trying to sell them. I am going to do something different with my 150.
Ahhh one of my favorite types, I too have one. Do you keep anything with them? I've always had trouble trying to determine what to keep with my bichirs. (nothing at this point because I only have a 40 long)
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As long as it doesn't fit in their mouth it should be fine. I have mine with rainbows, flagtail characins, asst plecos, Synodontis hybrid cats, loaches, and more.
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Yeah I know that although they are predatory they aren't really aggressive. More opportunistic than anything else. I just never really bought anything to swim with them cuz I didn't want some expensive feeders! But it sounds promising from your experience, there is hope still!
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