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Old 06-23-2011, 12:24 AM   #51
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Loving the 10 gallon! Are those cardinals?
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Yes, those are cardinals. Thanks!
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They and that tank look fantastic.
I have my cards in a 29 gal with a betta, and a few harlequins in a 10 gal with my OTHER betta, but I I am thinking of switching them. The cards seem to docile for that large of a tank, bit they are fun to watch while shoaling!
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Do you have pics of your tanks? I have 30+ cardinals in my 125g. IMO, cardinal tetra is the best of the tetras then the rummy nose. They are fun too watch when they school. I really like the color.
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Sure do! First is the 10 gal with the harlequins and the crowntail and some ghost shrimp (who the betta flares at EVERY time they swim up to his level of the tank, pretty hilarious). Deco is in progress on that one. Second is my 29 gal with the cards and the half-moon, amano shrimp, and nerites..
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Update:

Got rid of one melon sword and most of the star grass. Added a bunch of blyxa and move one sword to the right. Removed 2 DWs and replaced it with rocks. Plants are getting big and removing the DW added swimming space.
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Got rid of one melon sword and most of the star grass. Added a bunch of blyxa and move one sword to the right. Removed 2 DWs and replaced it with rocks. Plants are getting big and removing the DW added swimming space.
That's a beautiful tank!!! Even from a saltwater guy
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That's a beautiful tank!!! Even from a saltwater guy
Wow... I appreciate the compliment. Thank you!
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