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Old 08-11-2003, 05:22 PM   #1
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new fishies!!

well, I went to the pet store and splurged I guess

but hey, it's hard to resist sometimes!

sorry for the crapola pic, this webcam isn't worth the plastic it's made from!

pictured are a pair of clown loaches, a golden algae eater, two oto's and some sort of cory cat.
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Wow those fish are HUGE!!

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the one clown is almost 3" ... the others are very small yes

mostly just cleanup crew members, so don't want them too big - best kept "out of the way"

the clowns I guess get pretty big, but they'll be in the 120 eventually
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Are the clowns really red like that, or is that just distortion from the camera?

Does golden algae eater= chinease algae eater?
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yea, the clowns were really a bright redish/orange

the gae might be related to the cae, but they were in the same tank and looked nothing similar. The gae is a bright gold/orange color and the cae was a plain silver.

so far everyone is still hiding in their new home, they all dart and hide whenever I approach.

this crew went into the 30 gallon planted I have pictured in the photo forum...



that pic is over a week old, the tank has grown in a lot since then.
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