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Old 03-04-2014, 10:59 PM   #11
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Ya I had to log onto the website instead of the app to update my profile too......

I have 5 African Cichlids.....and I think one of them might have babies!
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Old 03-04-2014, 11:01 PM   #12
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Ya I had to log onto the website instead of the app to update my profile too......

I have 5 African Cichlids.....and I think one of them might have babies!

Awesome! Keep me posted I want to see them!
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If you wanna see what fish are, check out www.liveaquaria.com they have most any fish available to us besides a select few. Also they state the fish profiles and are pretty accurate!!!

Thanks I'll check them out!
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Hi all. Looking at fish profiles is a lot of fun and interesting. Some places like liveaquaria will give you a brief description. You can find one in there and then copy the name and go to the google bar and put it in. It will pull up other species information articles and some are pretty detailed. Some even show pictures of them in their native waters like the Amazon. Pretty cool. OS.
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I just spent 15 minutes updating my profile and I forgot to save. -feeling stupid
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Old 03-04-2014, 11:32 PM   #16
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If you wanna see what fish are, check out www.liveaquaria.com they have most any fish available to us besides a select few. Also they state the fish profiles and are pretty accurate!!!
Except for gallonage...20g min. For a guppy? Ok then.
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Danios are these little silver fiah with blue stripes. They are small but very active and need at least 10g
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Except for gallonage...20g min. For a guppy? Ok then.
I said pretty accurate not 100% accurate.
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Welcome to AA!

With the mobile app you can update your profile pic.

I have 4 gold tetras and 5 longfin blue danios in a planted 20g. Under stocked and over filtered for sure. I got the tetras in 2007 or 2009 and the danios in 2012. Yep, I don't buy fish too often. Been focusing on shrimp and plants lately.
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Zebra danios are my favorites in the tank. They are small and really quick. They seem to get along great in my tank, and rarely hide.

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