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Old 02-20-2011, 04:17 PM   #1
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lookkin to spice up tank suggestions?

ii have a 15g with a fire dg 2 mmollys and a algee eater what are some good tank mates for them btw i also have a 10 dollar budget the life as a teen is hard money wise

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More mollies, and maybe a school of black skirt tetras.
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Old 02-20-2011, 04:26 PM   #3
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More mollies, and maybe a school of black skirt tetras.
im thinking of guppys or something colorgul

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A few guppies could work well also! I wouldn't go past 4 though in that size tank. But I would definitely add 2 or 3 more mollies.
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A few guppies could work well also! I wouldn't go past 4 though in that size tank. But I would definitely add 2 or 3 more mollies.
hows 1 Molly n 2 or 3 guppies

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What kind of algae eater do you have in the tank?
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What kind of algae eater do you have in the tank?
um its sold as just alge eater its not a pleco or anything i think chinease alge eater its about a inch inch n half in length

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That should work, and over time you could get a few more of each. (Hey, I'm a teen too, I feel your pain cash wise!) And watch the Chinese algae eater... This could be just a rumor, but I hear they can suck holes in your fish!
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That should work, and over time you could get a few more of each. (Hey, I'm a teen too, I feel your pain cash wise!) And watch the Chinese algae eater... This could be just a rumor, but I hear they can suck holes in your fish!
woah that'd be scary but he stays on the bottom and walls of the tank so its all good for now

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Yup, and my piano teacher had one that sucked the scales off one of her fish when she was little! She flushed it alive she was so mad!
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