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Old 03-06-2010, 01:29 AM   #1
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Sparkling Gouramis!

Stopped by my LPS to pick up some plants/rocks/driftwood and had to get a couple of these guys for my 10gal. They're very curious fish and they really like to poke through my java moss. Also got a good bunch of clover for my candy bin tank.
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Nice!

I've been thinking about getting a few for our 55.
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I love these guys. I sadly do not have a tank they can go in at the moment they wont get eaten . lol.
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That's not the candy bin is it? Congrats on your new babies!
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The gouramis are in my 10gal. The shot of the clover is from the candy bin, though I did put a bit of it in the 10. Right now I'm cleaning some driftwood for the candy bin and once that's in, I'll finally stock the thing correctly!
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Ok, I thought the seams looked a little weird for the bin! I am very excited for the bin, as I am sure a ton of other people are too LOL! I am liking the clover, I wish I could get normal plants to grow in my tanks. LOL
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I love those guys! So cute. I want to get some for my 29g, but I have to get them online....just waiting on the place I like to order fish from to begin shipping and get some of these guys in.
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congratulations! they're lovely
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