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post #62121 of 71165 (permalink) Old 05-04-2013, 09:43 PM
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I have a 75 gallon. AqAdvisor said I could keep 6 Bluegill Sunfish in my tank with a canister rated for 100 gallons. I need to keep doing research to pick what I want and how many I can house.

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I like those darter fish that I think are native to the US. Also pygmy sunfish are really nice.

If I had a 90 gallon tank I would just have all these schools of microfish. I had something similar in a 25 gallon and it looked awesome.


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Fishy, if you want more info on bluegills, you can PM Copperarabian. She has one. Came with a group of feeder fish at Petsmart.

LBF, a huge awesome planted tank with schools of microfish swimming amongst the leaves. Sounds AMAZING.
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I think I had something like celestial pearl danios, honey blue eyes, delicate blue eyes, spotted blue eyes, skull creek rainbows, microdevario kubotai (awesome fish), clown killies, daisy's rice fish and one gardneri juvenile killifish.

It was really nice but then they all got the velvet when it went through my tanks and since I could not be bothered treating them I sold them cheap to another hobbyist (she knew they were sick) but have since kind of regretted it.


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OH!
Thanks Sakura. CopperArabian must of gotten pretty lucky ;)

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LBF, aww. I think I remember that tank. I remember the clown killies.

Fishy, haha, well she worked there at the time. She said that surprisingly, most people who have sunfish got them that way, as accidents in batches of feeder fish. I think it came in with the rosy reds.
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Nawh, soy is not nice to the endocrine system. Mostly goes after the reproductive hormones and such. o.O The processed soy is definitely the worst stuff. I dunno, it's one of those things people will argue about till no end. Just to me it seems like there are way safer options.
I dunno, it's pretty cheap so I guess it might just be one of those "health" things people make up, like skim milk, which is like the biggest joke ever. x.x

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i dont bother with skim/lo fat milk. whole milk or none at all

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This soy milk thing sounds like a Dr. Oz gimmick. o.O I'm very skeptical of Dr. Oz. Anyways, my mom drinks almond milk now. I don't drink milk or anything like milk at all.
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