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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-31-2013, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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Food Thief!

My fiance moved Jade into the 30 gal guppy tank this morning. So far, so good, but when he tossed in some algae wafers for his pygmy cories, our LFA bristlenose, and the snails, Jade stole one of them, and drug it off to her corner!

She's currently hoarding it from the guppies. XD

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-01-2013, 12:18 AM
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My Rusty is a food theif too. It's gotten a lot better now that I put the waffers in right before I go to bed. Most bottom feeders are nocturnal and since your betta will be resting nice and quietly at that time, your algae eaters will be left to eat their meal in peace.

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Methinks Betta would chow until they popped if you let them.

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Bootsie, Bristlenose plecos are daytime fish, so Boo (the pleco) is up and around the same time that greedy gills Jade is. Boo eventually stole it back from her. I don't know if the cories got any of the other wafer that fatty cow fish didn't swipe! lol

Logisticsguy, I would have to agree with you there. lol And I thought koi (the pond fish, not the betta pattern) were bad!

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Haha that's adorable! Lol
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Oh, I didn't know that hence the "most" :P

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