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Old 03-18-2012, 09:53 PM   #51
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I love rope fish and kuhli loaches
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Old 03-18-2012, 10:08 PM   #52
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Ugh, plecos. They are always pooping and I see long strings of poop every where and all over my filter intake.
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Old 03-18-2012, 10:10 PM   #53
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Ugh, plecos. They are always pooping and I see long strings of poop every where and all over my filter intake.
Hey! That's just common ones any other pleco doesn't do that because only my commons. I really like them but I don't like ballon mollys,silver dollars and common goldfish.
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Aww, kuhlis are my favorite fish!! But I hate plecos and other big catfish. They are so ugly. I also don't like common goldfish because they ate too common and boring silver dollars are just odd looking, and pretty much all tetras that hardly have any color because they are BOORRING.
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Old 03-18-2012, 10:13 PM   #55
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Hey! That's just common ones any other pleco doesn't do that because only my commons. I really like them but I don't like
lol That explains why since that's the only kind I have had. I'm a FW noob so I don't really know much but the basics lol
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lol That explains why since that's the only kind I have had. I'm a FW noob so I don't really know much but the basics lol
Oh lol I got a couple bristlenose plecos and I'm like yay their poop isn't big! ...
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Snakeheads, lol.
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Old 06-25-2012, 09:31 PM   #58
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Chinese algae eaters. Nasty fish.
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Old 06-25-2012, 09:55 PM   #59
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+1 on the Kuhli loaches. I bought 3 and they literally live inside the fake tree in the middle of our tank. They actually go underneath and into the hole in the bottom that was left from manufacturing. After NEVER seeing the until I moved the decoration, I came to the forums and found the advice about keeping at least 6. Well, I bought 3 more and now they all live in the decoration. Useless fish, adding to my bio load without actually ever being seen! I'm a little bitter about these loaches
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+1 on the Kuhli loaches. I bought 3 and they literally live inside the fake tree in the middle of our tank. They actually go underneath and into the hole in the bottom that was left from manufacturing. After NEVER seeing the until I moved the decoration, I came to the forums and found the advice about keeping at least 6. Well, I bought 3 more and now they all live in the decoration. Useless fish, adding to my bio load without actually ever being seen! I'm a little bitter about these loaches
Actually, they really dont add much to your bioload at all. But i see where your coming from
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