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Old 01-23-2009, 01:04 AM   #1
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Some pictures of my 20 Gal planted

First an overview....20 gal, five male guppies, five oto's, 2 zebra danios (i know they'd be happier in a bigger group but i got these froma friends move and they are already 3 yrs old- should i still get them a buddy?) and 2 african dwarf frogs (probibly a mistake since they are turning out to be a pain to feed- any suggestions to feed them without my other fish taking in all?)
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This isn't a great shot but three of my five oto's are there...
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:12 AM   #2
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Overview close up...
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ADF... the other frog lost his front leg! -he stopped using it right after he got to his new home... then it swelled up, turned white then fell off....He seems to move fine but is much more nervious than this one. Is there anything i should do.....will it grow back?
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GOtta love the oto's - I set this up with them in mind...
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Please, any photography, aquascaping, stocking, ext. advice welcome!
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Old 01-31-2009, 12:57 AM   #3
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dwarf frogs (probibly a mistake since they are turning out to be a pain to feed- any suggestions to feed them without my other fish taking in all

well my advice, what i do ' I have a log, you can use the coconut log, or any log or cave with a top hole, and I feed my pleco's this way , *(the molly in one tank, and angels in the other tank seem to gooble up all the pellets or flake I put in there for him, so what I do is use the sinking pellets, I started with shrimp pellets, now I use ethier crab cusine, *( shrimp love this food too ! ) and I also have been using sprilina sinking pellets, my plecos stay in thier caves alot, so I drop the pellets into the cave/ log , and they can eat the food without the fishys bothering them . this has worked well for me so far. i am not sure the diet of the frog, I would like to get me one some day . but If you can find a sinking food, and place it under somthing by hand, *(the fish move away think your in the tank moving furinture or somthing .. LOL ) but I also throw in a few flakes so they are preoccupied with that . HTH ~~

Your pics are great !! nice fish .
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Do you change out plants often or do your plants thrive in the aquaenvironment you created.
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Great looking tank. For feeding ADF's I use a turkey baster and feed after the other fish feed. The turkey baster allows you to target feed the frogs directly.
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Swimming,

Tank is looking very nice.. I'm impressed with the Oto's - nice rounded stomachs, they are eating well. Are they on a strict algae diet or are you supplementing the diet with wafers?

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