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Old 05-27-2015, 03:07 PM   #81
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I'm gonna do a repost with my total now

6 uaru amphiacanthoides
24 lemon tetra
13 sterbai cory
1 crenicichla regani
1 porthole catfish
5 bristlenose pleco
1 vampire pleco
8 guianacara cf dacrya
2 apistogramma cacatuoides WC
1 apistogramma kelleri
15 Cardinal tetras
4 lophiobagrus cyclurus
7 neolamprologus multifasciatus
1 Spathodus erythrodon 'Burundi'
1 synodontis petricola
1 neolamprologus ocellatus purple
5 altolamprologus sp. sumbu white dwarf
1 betta splendens
4 corydora hasbrosus
4 ember tetra

I think that's everyone lol 105 by my count


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Hey hey, you pushed us over 2000! 2086 I think. I didn't count some that were revised because I didn't feel like searching what the old numbers were.

How are your Uaru doing? I want like weekly updates on them so I can live vicariously through you. I love Uaru so much.


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Old 05-27-2015, 05:03 PM   #82
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The uaru are doing great, little pigs, devouring whole pieces of collard greens and red leaf lettuce, and scarfing down any and every pellet they see. I was just trying to do a photo update but my computer is having issues. Just added a porthole cat to their tank and of course they had to follow it around the tank for a half hour like little kids chasing a puppy lol


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The uaru are doing great, little pigs, devouring whole pieces of collard greens and red leaf lettuce, and scarfing down any and every pellet they see. I was just trying to do a photo update but my computer is having issues. Just added a porthole cat to their tank and of course they had to follow it around the tank for a half hour like little kids chasing a puppy lol


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You are making me regret going with a planted tank instead of Uaru.


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Old 05-27-2015, 05:16 PM   #84
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Minus the fact that they eat ANYTHING lol i tried swords, as my old uaru left those alone. Nope. DESTROYED. The only things they don't touch are anubias and java fern. Thinking about trying a pond lily, but afraid to waste the money and have them eat it or have it not do well in the tank

I love my guys, but not being able to do plants at all is bugging me. I'd love to do some big vals and swords. Oh well
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Old 05-30-2015, 01:23 PM   #85
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12 fish and 2 inverts if they count
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30- adult discus
21- juvie discus
30- gold ring reticulated Hills tream loaches
6- adult BN Pleco's
30ish- juvie BN Pleco's
2- 6" clown loaches
1- synodontis eupterus
1- synodontis nigris
1- synodontis multipunctatus
70- German red aulanocara
29- red shoulder blue regal aulanocara
12- half grey/black guppies aka tuxedos guppies
20- true black Moscow guppies
250ish- angelfish, many strains
50+ RCS
100+ Assassin snails
1- red tail shark
6- bloodfin tetras
6- Cardinal tetras
6- red eye tetras
2- Roseline sharks
12ish- bamboo shrimp
5- German blue rams
100ish- juvie German blue rams 2- Electric blue rams
30- juvie electric blue rams
3- true zebra Pleco's
3- gold nugget Pleco's

I think that's abt it. No fry included in my tally.

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30- adult discus
21- juvie discus
30- gold ring reticulated Hills tream loaches
6- adult BN Pleco's
30ish- juvie BN Pleco's
2- 6" clown loaches
1- synodontis eupterus
1- synodontis nigris
1- synodontis multipunctatus
70- German red aulanocara
29- red shoulder blue regal aulanocara
12- half grey/black guppies aka tuxedos guppies
20- true black Moscow guppies
250ish- angelfish, many strains
50+ RCS
100+ Assassin snails
1- red tail shark
6- bloodfin tetras
6- Cardinal tetras
6- red eye tetras
2- Roseline sharks
12ish- bamboo shrimp
5- German blue rams
100ish- juvie German blue rams 2- Electric blue rams
30- juvie electric blue rams
3- true zebra Pleco's
3- gold nugget Pleco's

I think that's abt it. No fry included in my tally.

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Breeding racks that tally up quite fast. But after some drop offs, pick ups, and shipping number dwindles fast. Lol. Lots of bare bottom tanks up then down.

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Breeding racks that tally up quite fast. But after some drop offs, pick ups, and shipping number dwindles fast. Lol. Lots of bare bottom tanks up then down.

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Oh are most of those fish you're keeping one's that you're selling? I thought at first they were all ones you were just keeping (correct me if I'm wrong though)
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I breed them. So I keep pairs and community tanks. Fully planted. Only the fry/grow out tanks are bare. But most of my fish are in communities. This isn't a business for me, lol. I pull eggs out as I see them. Raise em out and use them for trade with pet stores. Keeps hobby free. If I see a discus pair doing the happy dance I pull them and give them a place to breed and raise babies. Then back to the bigggg tank they go.

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