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Old 04-11-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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I my name is Jordan Guidry I'm from Louisiana and I own a northern dimondback terrapin, 2 goldfish, and a placos!!
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:03 PM   #2
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how many tanks do you have and what size?
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Welcome to the forum. Lots of good advice on here and everyone is helpful. I own 2 ouachita maps. If u have pictures u should post them if u haven't already.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:08 PM   #4
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I have a 20 gal long for my turtle and a 15gal for the fish I plan on getting fish to put In the turtle tank. I will post more pics in a little bit going take them now lol
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I don't want to sound mean or anything but those fish need a lot bigger of a tank then 15gal. Cool turtle I have a stinkpot
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Very nice turtle! Tho I might recommend a larger tank with more swimming room as I know they are very strong swimmers. Check out my aquarium turtle advice thread and u can take a look at my new turtles!
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I don't want to sound mean or anything but those fish need a lot bigger of a tank then 15gal. Cool turtle I have a stinkpot
I don't understand there's only 3 fish in the tank is it really too small?
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Wel with the goldfish you should have a 20 gallon for 1 fish for every one that you add after that add 10 gal.

With the pleco it will get to be 18" and they grow fast

The turtle will probably need a bigger tank aswell from what I can see they can get to be 10"
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I don't understand there's only 3 fish in the tank is it really too small?
It's prolly due to their bio load and size the fish attain at full size. You don't want to stunt the fish. Aka the body stops growing but the organs continue to grow. It's hurts the fish and will eventually kill them. What kind of pleco?
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