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post #49291 of 71165 (permalink) Old 09-21-2012, 04:59 PM
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this is a fan/bamboo shrimp they are all sitting on the gravel, so I'mma have to pick up a pair and feed crushed algae tabs daily, if I can keep them gotta do some checking
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omg jazz hands Those ARE SO COOL!

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hi all back from work. was a busy lunch and a long day too. was working 6:30 to 3:00 there was no mid manager today and not for the next few days i think so gonna be tight. also had to go and get the boys after that and get chris to work too so he would be on time. the online game i play is fiesta from outspark it's fun and free unless you want the outfits then that cost money. but other then that it's all good too now i guess i just need some new gear for my cleric.

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Hiyas. I'm trying to divide my 10gal in a way so that the back is sectioned off into an overflow. Plastic canvas is too flimsy, darn it. Gonna have to take it into the plastic shop and get it done professionally.

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Sakura, moving your fish will be fun.

OH I found something for you: brown ghost knife (Apteronotus leptorhynchus). Only hits 12". Has the same pattern as a BGK, but more brown and has a pointy nose. But, they are aggressive and need to be kept alone. But if you got another 55 gallon, why not?

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I always see these dangerous fish that must be kept alone and wonder how the wild manages..

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I'm just wondering if they can be kept in a 10G
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Haha, oh you guys.
The wild is a free for all. But just the fact that a tank is a confined space while these guys are usually in lakes and rivers says a lot.

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Say you have a 100g tank and mimic a small pond... Could you add more things to it?

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You can try, but even 100 gallons is small. I'm sure some things out there work, tougher things that don't mind being bullied. Try 1000 gallons!

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