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Old 01-03-2012, 12:39 AM   #61
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its brownish gray. it blends pretty well with the decorations. maybe this one can find the other one or make the other one come out, if its still alive that is. i heard somewhere that hungry fish are happy fish. and my fish are always hungry. i like to think they recognize me and they start begging for food when i come around.
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Old 01-03-2012, 12:22 PM   #62
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the new guy on the block and my oscar asking for food in the background
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Old 01-03-2012, 12:27 PM   #63
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the new guy on the block and my oscar asking for food in the background
Aww cute! All my bristlednoses are albino I wish I could get a normal one. They are so cute!
Don't forget bristlednoses need drift wood too.
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its brownish gray. it blends pretty well with the decorations. maybe this one can find the other one or make the other one come out, if its still alive that is. i heard somewhere that hungry fish are happy fish. and my fish are always hungry. i like to think they recognize me and they start begging for food when i come around.
Every single fish, cat, dog that I have know how to beg right from the get go. Lol
I think that their parents teach them that.
Oh by the way have you tried blanched cucumber, squash, or green beans to feed your plecos? It might draw the other one out. I know mine love them
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my beta living in his own condo. used to live in the big tank with some other community fish when i was cycling the tank. this is actually my sons and the first fish we ever got.
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i'll have to try that. but i dont think i have any of that stuff in my house. i'll have to go grocery shopping first.
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Old 01-03-2012, 01:07 PM   #67
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my beta living in his own condo. used to live in the big tank with some other community fish when i was cycling the tank. this is actually my sons and the first fish we ever got.
He's cute too. Is that one of those dragon scaled ones or is a short fin?
I tried to move one of my betta's in their own tank, but I think he got depressed so I moved him back. He liked to go through the divider and nip at one of my females which is why I moved him. It took me days trying to figure out how he kept getting over there and at one point they just switched sides
I give those to my plecos once a week as a treat. They will keep the tank nice and clean, though they like to make lots and lots of waste. I know that they like to have little hiding holes like small PVC pipe too.
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its a dragon scale i think. im going to set up a 10 gallon tank and put it in there with some other community fish.
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its a dragon scale i think. im going to set up a 10 gallon tank and put it in there with some other community fish.
That's purfect for him
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Those fish are so cute haha! So small! I hav heard of people getting really cheap tanks on Craigslist so maybe try there for a lare aquarium
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