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Old 02-08-2014, 11:28 PM   #1
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New tank and lots of new fish

I picked up today 3 long-finned danios (.99 each!? Thanks freds pets), a type of pleco ( the tank said assorted small plecos) he is only 2 inches and i think is a dwarf. He is for the 20 long along with the danios, and the stocking is done for now. Very colorful. I also got 1 more amano shrimp for my shrimp tank (they love each other) so that is done. Finally, i set up a planted betta tank for my new super colorful vieltail! Great day. Last for a while. I need to take a break, begin saving money up. Will post lots of pics. -fibsog
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No such thing as a dwarf Pleco, post a pic if you can, if it's a common than you will probably want to return it..
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No such thing as a dwarf Pleco, post a pic if you can, if it's a common than you will probably want to return it..
There are small species though....not a common though different design...http://i866.photobucket.com/albums/a...psfcyy7nzc.jpg
As you can see very small right now.
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There are small species though....not a common though different design...http://i866.photobucket.com/albums/a...psfcyy7nzc.jpg
As you can see very small right now.
You have a Gibbiceps. They are beautiful and grow huge.

http://www.planetcatfish.com/common/...species_id=148

I have attached a link for you to review. You will need to rehome him at some point.
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You have a Gibbiceps. They are beautiful and grow huge.

http://www.planetcatfish.com/common/...species_id=148

I have attached a link for you to review. You will need to rehome him at some point.
I give up. No more unlabeled buys!!!! He will find a place as he grows. Thanks for telling me though.
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That's two for gibbiceps, expect 38cms/15" in 3 years. (Most of that in 18months)


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