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post #12 of 41 (permalink) Old 11-29-2009, 03:03 PM
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My sorority is 10 gallons, with just 6 females. They seem pretty happy by themselves. =) My 7th female is kept in a tank by herself because she's too aggressive.

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My sorority is a 20 long, currently I have 7 females, a lone rasbora whom I've had for a while(had more but they have since passed on), a snail, and I had a clown pleco but I haven't seen him for a while....
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i wonder what happened to the clown pleco?? dragonfish

31 Betta Males
12 CrownTail
7 HalfMoon
5 DeltaTail
4 DoubleTail
3 Veil Tail


44 Betta Females
Round, Crown, Spade

65 gallon
55 gallon
35 gallon
2 - 20 gallon
4 - 10 gallon
16 - 1.5-2 gallon

MTS has struck, resistance is futile
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I honestly have no clue....usually I'd see him every few days or so and I'd almost always see him when I rearranged the tank, but the past two times I've moved things around there has been no sign of him....and its been a good month or so since I saw him at all. O.o; Hes rather small and there are little caves he could hide in.....I don't know, I've heard of them disappearing for extended periods and then suddenly reappearing...I'm hoping thats just it.
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wow......i hope he turns up

31 Betta Males
12 CrownTail
7 HalfMoon
5 DeltaTail
4 DoubleTail
3 Veil Tail


44 Betta Females
Round, Crown, Spade

65 gallon
55 gallon
35 gallon
2 - 20 gallon
4 - 10 gallon
16 - 1.5-2 gallon

MTS has struck, resistance is futile
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I have in this one 6 girls, a mystery snail, and one oto its 10 gallons:

In this one I have 4 girls, a mystery snail, 7 playts, 7 swordtail, 2 fancy guppys, 7 cory cats, 1 Oto, and 4 Glofish there are also about 10 babys fish from either the playts or swords not sure which. LOL This is a 44 gallon tank.

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55 gallon, 44 gallon, one 20 gallon tank, three 10 gallon tanks, and a 2.5 gallon all with real plants.

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i love those tanks amanda

31 Betta Males
12 CrownTail
7 HalfMoon
5 DeltaTail
4 DoubleTail
3 Veil Tail


44 Betta Females
Round, Crown, Spade

65 gallon
55 gallon
35 gallon
2 - 20 gallon
4 - 10 gallon
16 - 1.5-2 gallon

MTS has struck, resistance is futile
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Thanks Christina. The 44 gallon now has the castle and bridge that I got from you in it my mom really liked them and they look great in there. I am looking forward to seeing your new set up for Chiclids if you do it. I may get a pair of German Rams for the 20 gallon long I got from you I have to research it a little more but I think they would work and they have a pair at the good LFS right now. I think they are very pretty.

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oh u have to post pics! id love to see how u set it up

ya i have alot more research to do before i decide about the cichlids

31 Betta Males
12 CrownTail
7 HalfMoon
5 DeltaTail
4 DoubleTail
3 Veil Tail


44 Betta Females
Round, Crown, Spade

65 gallon
55 gallon
35 gallon
2 - 20 gallon
4 - 10 gallon
16 - 1.5-2 gallon

MTS has struck, resistance is futile
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