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Old 03-02-2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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My 6 Roseline Sharks! YIPPEE!

My beautiful Roseline Sharks! I love them!!! Fun fish I can't wait until my 75 gallon is ready for them to move into!!!! EXCITING



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Old 03-03-2012, 01:54 PM   #2
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congratulations !!! I've had 7 for @ a year now beautiful fish and very well suited for my peaceful community
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Old 03-03-2012, 02:36 PM   #3
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Awesome, I think they are gorgeous fish!
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I love mine. I wish I had a bigger tank for more. I'm already dreaming on my next tank part of me want to do cichlids but part of me want to have a bigger tank so I can have more Roselines and or Angelfish. You know the fish that seems to always needs a bigger tanks than what one currently has.
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They really are cool fish. So beautiful! And I love the torpedo shaped bodies. I am waiting for 2 more so I'll have a nice school of 8. They are extremely peacful, but they are fast movers so they scared my other fish into hiding. I had to move the Glass Catfish because they liked to "hover" in the middle of the street LOL! And were constantly getting run over. I also had to move the rummynose tetras because they were scared to death of the fast swimming, wrestling giants bulldosing past them.
Fun fish though!!!!!
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I also had to move the rummynose tetras because they were scared to death of the fast swimming, wrestling giants bulldosing past them.
Fun fish though!!!!!
Funny someone would mention Rummynoses with Denisons ... I was just looking at my tank and thinking how great my Dension Barbs and Rummynoses look together, they really do compliment each other.

I've seen some online videos of planted tanks with Rummy's, Cardinals and Denison's and the look is awesome.
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Funny someone would mention Rummynoses with Denisons ... I was just looking at my tank and thinking how great my Dension Barbs and Rummynoses look together, they really do compliment each other.

I've seen some online videos of planted tanks with Rummy's, Cardinals and Denison's and the look is awesome.
Yeah me too! That's why I decided to put them together. But, I have 2 Dennison's that are very boisterous and obnoxious. They are about 3" and have dominance squabbles consistantly ever day. Occassionally one or the other would nip a rummynose or glass catfish mid chase of the other dennison. So, I figure it was due to frustration of not catching the other dennison? I lost 2 rummynose this way and decided it'd be best to move them.
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I love mine. I wish I had a bigger tank for more. I'm already dreaming on my next tank part of me want to do cichlids but part of me want to have a bigger tank so I can have more Roselines and or Angelfish. You know the fish that seems to always needs a bigger tanks than what one currently has.
Have you kept Roselines and Angels together? My LFS told me they'd do good together so I checked it on Aqadvisor and it also said they'd do good together. I am not so sure though since Roselines are fast active swimmers and Angels float effortlessly around the tank.
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Have you kept Roselines and Angels together? My LFS told me they'd do good together so I checked it on Aqadvisor and it also said they'd do good together. I am not so sure though since Roselines are fast active swimmers and Angels float effortlessly around the tank.
I have Siamese algae eaters in with my angels. They aren't speedy Gonzalez in the tank but they never sit still. The angels don't seem to care. I did have giant danios in there too but they got rehomed to a friend that needed them for Dither fish. Neither one had any effect on the angels. I did get the angels when they were dime size so they grew up accustomed to zippy fish
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I have Siamese algae eaters in with my angels. They aren't speedy Gonzalez in the tank but they never sit still. The angels don't seem to care. I did have giant danios in there too but they got rehomed to a friend that needed them for Dither fish. Neither one had any effect on the angels. I did get the angels when they were dime size so they grew up accustomed to zippy fish
Hmmm. I have been trying to decide on a fish to go into the 75 gallon with the Dennisons. Perhaps some white Angels....thanks
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