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  1. Ladymagician24
    Know anything about mystery snails by chance.?
  2. FishCr8zy
    Cool! Maybe more babies are hanging around waiting for you to find them. . They will hopefully color up real nice after a month or two.
  3. Meashkah
    06-23-2013 02:22 AM
    Guess what! I just found 4 more new babies in the tank and I moved them over. I have 5 swimming around in there now. It's amazing how much bigger the first one is. The older one looks dark grey now, almost black! If I could get a good picture I would send one to you, but they are hard to capture. The little ones are see-through! (mom is cream with a bright orange/red tail). The first mom is Black with yellow spots.
  4. FishCr8zy
    Lol. Everyone says it is so big. Ill try to get some pics of them tonight and tomorrow.
  5. Autumnsky
    That a Giant (Apple) snail!!! (in your pics) Any other pics of the giants?
    And lots of snail eggs!!
  6. patrickriley2010
    And I've been on here what 2 weeks if that lol? That's embarrassing !? For me !

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  • About FishCr8zy
    Eat. No Sleep. Fish. Repeat.
    New Jersey, USA
    Raising/breeding koi, ice hockey, swimming
    My Tanks
    20 gallon high:
    Main Show tank
    Type of scape:
    Iwagumi scape

    Plants, fish, etc:
    7x Harliquen Rasboras
    Blue Pearl Shrimp
    Dwarf hairgrass
    Giant Hairgrass
    Micro sword
    Blyxa Japonica
    Stauregyne Repens
    Assassin Snails

    Pressurized CO2 Sytem
    Lily pipes
    SunSun HW-602 Canister Filter
    Flourite Dark substrate
    ADA Seiryu Stone (~15lb)
    Aqueon Pro heater
    Sunsun JUP 9w UV Sterilizer
    Marineland 24" Glass Canopy

    Metricide14 for algae spot treament
    Leaf Zone Fertilizer
    Seachem Purigen
    Seachem Prime
    Flourish Excel

    20 gallon high:
    Mostly Anubias tank
    Anubias golden barteri, anubias nana mini, anubias petite, anubias nana, amazon swords, fissidens fontanus, flame moss, java moss
    2 black skirt tetras
    1 hatchetfish
    7 cherry barbs
    Sand substrate
    Sponge filters
    Current USA LED+

    2x 10g guppy breeding tanks

    3000g pond (under construction)
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    It wasn’t until 1853 in London when aeration and filtration of water was understood, that people
    were able to keep fish as indoor pets.


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