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post #45201 of 71165 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 05:20 PM
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Sakura you should take a lesson from a game forum, PICS OR IT DIDN'T HAPPEN. Yes gamers are a bunch of cynics! XD
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post #45202 of 71165 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 05:25 PM
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My poor snails have been suffering. Fished out as many that I could definitely tell were alive and.dumped in the sorority.
Most of.them are clinging to the pennywort. I did this for one of them a week or two ago, he's sellable size now.

I'll keep one or two babies, store credit the rest. Idk have one last eggs sac I'm incubating. It'll be the last one, unless I get a spare tank up and running.

Olympia, momma cherries fan themselves more? And hide a bit?
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Hikari Massivore Delite. He just sucks them right up. Apparently, they must taste very good.

That's funny. Except supposedly the satanoperca jurupari is extremely peaceful, for a cichlid. I was considering those for the 55gal, before I got Sparky.

Silver, hi! Sorry about your snailies. :(

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Key words: for a cichlid. ;)

Yea, the massivore delite seems the better option, carnisticks are ironically lacking in protein. Massivore delite may have overdone it a little on the vitamins though. O_O

taking a break from fish-keeping.
3 lovely male betta still keep me company.
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There must be something in the old tank that set the adults off, I'm convinced it killed them.
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:( I'm so sorry, Silver. *hugs*

Olympia, plus, the carnisticks float. They'd be up there an eternity before Sparky ever decided to swim up there and take a look around. If only he'd the krill. I may just toss the beefheart, I feel kinda so-so about it anyway. I'd get silversides but the problem is, if he doesn't eat them I don't have any other fish who can.
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Earthwormssssss.

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post #45208 of 71165 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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*shudders* I can just see it now. I feed him one worm as a treat and the next thing I know, that'll be all he'll eat and I'll have to start cultivating the little buggers.
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B'aweeeh. I'm sure he wouldn't do that to you!

Though.. he is kind of weird.. only eats pellets, lol.
"Wild caught predatory fish almost never adapt to pelleted foods and need to be fed exclusively live foods."
Sparky is a weirdo. Doesn't fit the norm. He likes his pellets and his fish tank and his summer home, screw Africa and hunting for food!

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I think you should move to a lake. Fill it with the fishies you like (all those crazy monster fish that like a lot of space.) then burrow underground and dig out a fluvarium (is that what its called when you can go look into a pond through glass underground?) and then keep fish that way! Perfect plan, no filters, no heaters- just letting nature do what it does. Of course, this is why things I get die (minus small animals, dogs, cats and bettas)

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