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Old 04-23-2006, 03:52 PM   #11
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Old 04-23-2006, 10:37 PM   #12
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It was really good! Saw some very familiar fishies!

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55 gal.FW: 4 platies, 3 angelfish, 3 Cochu's blue tetras, 2 Rummynose tetras, 4 A. cacatuoides, 1 A. trifasciata, 2 blue rams, 6 Von Rio tetras, 1 Queen Arabesque pleco

29 Gal. FW: 2 variatus platies, 6 cherry barbs, 10 harlequin rasboras, 1 opaline gourami, 1 hillstream loach, 1 Rio Jari pleco (L-316), 1 GBR

10 Gal. FW: 1 african clawed frog, 1 dwarf flame gourami

10 Gal. FW:tons of blue ram fry

(4) 2 Gal. FW: all four with male bettas
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towards the end when they get down towards the bottom of the abyss and the larger cousins of the ?candiru aso? start showing up and taking chunks out of the bait bag..........well those were cetopsis coecutiens........the very same fish i just sold back to the fish store last week. Mine wasn't nearly so vicious while he was young but recently i began having fatalities in the tank.....now i know why.

too bad there wasn't more information available out there when i purchased him 2 yrs ago....but they are amazing fish to watch. they look like a baby great white shark. silvery blue on top, white on the underbelly and beady black eyes, and wow can they move fast.

anyway thanks for posting about the show, it was really neat. Glad i got to see it.

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