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Old 06-05-2013, 06:07 PM   #71
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My neighbor is a cat lady. I'm sure one of the cats will be bold enough haha.
Lol. Deep ponds = the safer the fish are. But if you don't want to take a chance, its ok. Catfish would be ok since they are bottom feeders and don't usually come to the surface. So are sturgeons.
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Your pm storage needs to be cleared surfer.
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I'm on the app, I have to get on the computer to delete. Brb. I was thinking something like an oxydoras Niger but I think they need heat too -.-
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I'm on the app, I have to get on the computer to delete. Brb. I was thinking something like an oxydoras Niger but I think they need heat too -.-
All you do is swipe to the side and click delete
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All you do is swipe to the side and click delete
Thanks a bunch!
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I'm on the app, I have to get on the computer to delete. Brb. I was thinking something like an oxydoras Niger but I think they need heat too -.-
I'm pretty sure all plecs are tropical fish and need temps at least 70.
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I'm pretty sure all plecs are tropical fish and need temps at least 70.
Ya all the smaller ones do. But my aunt has a 15" common pleco in her pond
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Ya all the smaller ones do. But my aunt has a 15" common pleco in her pond
Wow! Year round? Where does she live?
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Pennsylvania so its colder that idk what in the winter and hotter the than hades in the summer
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Pennsylvania so its colder that idk what in the winter and hotter the than hades in the summer
That must be one really hardy Pleco.
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