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  1. Andy Sager
    Buying siblings at the same time is a pretty good way to not have issues as they grow older. No guarantees tho. Once they are old enough to spawn, all bets are off. I recently just had a brother kill his brother for no good reason I can think of besides jealousy. Out of the blue, he knocked the crap out of the other. So you never know for sure.
  2. icydeath
    07-25-2014 04:39 AM
    Tank List!
    1. 5 gallon (Fluval Spec V) planted shrimp and snail tank - 7 Amano Shrimp, 1 Tiger Nerite Snail
    2. 10 gallon brackish Red Claw Crab tank w/ a Tetra Whisper 20i - 1 Female RCC (ironically named Waldo lol)
    3. 130 gallon cold water indoor "pond" w/ diy overhead sump & 2 Marineland Emperor 400's, still under construction - Unstocked

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  • About icydeath
    Folsom, CA
    Running, Biking, Rocketry, Fish and Invert Keeping, DIY, Aviation, Researching Species, Reading; etc
    In high school, so none.
    My Tanks
    1. 5 gallon (Fluval Spec V) planted tank with 1 Nerite snail, 1 male Betta, and 2 Otocinclus
    2. 5 gallon bucket brackish Red Claw Crab tank w/ a Tetra Whisper 20i - 1 Female RCC (ironically named Waldo lol)
    3. 55 Gallon - not set up
    4. 40 Breeder - not set up
    5. 20 Long - not set up
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    “Books are my friends, my companions. They make me laugh and cry and find meaning in life.” ― Christopher Paolini, Eragon
    "By books you mean fish, right?" ― Raymond


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