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Old 10-07-2011, 11:41 PM   #11
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Beautiful fish! I was curious, do you have any salt in your tank for the Mollies? They look great!
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Beautiful fish! I was curious, do you have any salt in your tank for the Mollies? They look great!
Nope, I read they might need some but they are doing very well without it, so far.
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Nope, I read they might need some but they are doing very well without it, so far.
That's great, because I like Mollies, but I don't necessarily want to add salt to my tank. Thanks for your reply!
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I have never put salt in the tank with my mollies and never had an issue.
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I have never put salt in the tank with my mollies and never had an issue.
Great! I really like the salfin kind!
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:19 PM   #16
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Wow, that's a nice looking fish, your tank is awesome! Jealous!
your tank is exceptional. how many gals is it? also if you don't mind me asking are those all live plants or do you have a mix of live and artificial? the plants look great and i like the way you placed your stone and wood. very nice indeed.
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your tank is exceptional. how many gals is it? also if you don't mind me asking are those all live plants or do you have a mix of live and artificial? the plants look great and i like the way you placed your stone and wood. very nice indeed.
Thanks 75 gallon. Mostly real but some fake plants for filler.
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well you did a great job in your design. you do have "the knack". your placement is great!. oh and your fish are beautiful too.
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well you did a great job in your design. you do have "the knack". your placement is great!. oh and your fish are beautiful too.
Thanks again, that is a very nice complement.
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