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Old 06-04-2007, 09:46 PM   #1
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New kubotai loaches

I got these 3 to replace the ill-fated malnourished ones I had gotten earlier, documented in this thread (the last of them died after hanging on a couple weeks more). Here they are in the QT, where they decided the heater was the best "cave" to hang out at (the lights on this tank are a bizarre shade, so ignore the weird white balance):

They went through a couple preventative doses of Levamisole, and just finished their quarantine. They're certainly looking far better than the previous trio, so I hope they'll work out better than the previous trio.
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Congratulations on the new loaches. Good luck with them.
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They are cuties, good luck with them.
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Good luck with your new loachies! I'm pulling for them.
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Geez, they're beautiful! I'm rooting for them too, and so sorry the others didn't make it-good karma to you for trying.
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