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Old 12-21-2010, 05:18 PM   #1
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My dad showed me all about livebearers years ago, we had a 110 gal. community tank with angels, dojo weather fish, pleco, zebra danios, bala sharks, a 10 gal with swordtails- 4 generations and a 10 gal with guppies of course. What an awesome educational experience! Miss my dad alot and it took years for me to get back into the hobby but now I'm back and I love it! My dad would be very proud!

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welcom to the forum Cobaltskyy. On your question I would say no.
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welcom to the forum Cobaltskyy. On your question I would say no.
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A few RCS would be fine in the hex in my opinion.
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