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Old 12-31-2010, 03:38 PM   #1
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i'm new. i have much expiriance. probally not as much as an expert but i love to reasearch new fish. i am switching my 40g to a cichlid tank but i have right now-3 golden wonder killie fish, 5 kribensis, some amecas splendons, gouamis, and a julie (gombe female) Anyone intrested in these fish? i love my fish but they are not getting along to well.I was thinking about putting some of these in but can't decide-pseudocrenilabrus multicolor, convicts or yellow labs. i live in illinoise. i used to have livebears (the amecas are livebearers), live bearers like mollies ect. too, beta, newts, crawfish and other bottom feeders. i like would like to breed so suggestions are welcomed!!!!
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Great taste in fish. I love to hear of people keeping splendens. They are way underrated in the hobby IMHO. I would recommend that you decide upon a specific type of stocking and stick with it. Not all of those fish are going to be compatible over the long term.
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i am keping the splendons and i know i should probaly stick with my tank but how can you when you don't know what you like best? I have done livebearers(too easy) these guys were great and now ill try cichlids. i think ill stick with cichlids and get a bigger tank.
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