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post #181 of 670 (permalink) Old 08-26-2012, 06:24 PM
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Thanks for reminding me I've got a 55gal I have to move come next year. :P
our friends are moving to arizona next year and are bequeathing us their 40 gallon guppy tank rather than move it so far. i'm both excited and daunted by this development :D

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post #182 of 670 (permalink) Old 08-26-2012, 06:25 PM
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What about your 300g pond Sakura?

I've got a 90 gallon to move in 4 years. -__- NOT leaving my babies- NOPE!

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3 lovely male betta still keep me company.
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Moving the 300gal pond . . . it's like a 6 foot long horse trough. We had to borrow the neighbor's pickup truck to bring it home. o.O
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our friends are moving to arizona next year and are bequeathing us their 40 gallon guppy tank rather than move it so far. i'm both excited and daunted by this development :D
I don't blame your friend for not wanting to move it. I just hope that I don't have to move that far with my tanks. A 40 gal is an awesome tank. Will you take the fish, too?

My pond isn't mobile. Kinda glad about that... I don't want to move anything that can hold close to 4000 gal. Time to rent a moving truck! (And just for the fishes!)

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Moving my 48g isn't too bad, I drain the tank and put the fish in either buckets or bags. I haven't moved to another house but I think it's be ok.

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When I move out I either want to buy another little pond or take the pond in the backyard lol although the backyard pond is always covered in black widows when it's pulled out of the frame D:

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I don't blame your friend for not wanting to move it. I just hope that I don't have to move that far with my tanks. A 40 gal is an awesome tank. Will you take the fish, too?

My pond isn't mobile. Kinda glad about that... I don't want to move anything that can hold close to 4000 gal. Time to rent a moving truck! (And just for the fishes!)
yeah, there's twenty or so guppies in there, and two angelfish. every time we go to their house i'm in awe of their tank...don't think i've ever seen two gupps that looked alike. never thought to ask how often they get eggs or fry, and what they do with them, but with the way guppies breed i'm probably gonna have to line up a few regular buyers once we've got that tank!

So remember, when you're feeling very small and insecure,
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'Cause there's bugger-all down here on Earth.

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Don't worry, homegrown. Angels will pick off most excess guppies. They tend to hunt anything they can fit in their mouths.
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post #188 of 670 (permalink) Old 08-27-2012, 10:22 PM
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A true Siamese Algae Eater, hard at work:
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The SAEs and the Dwarf Chain loaches (sidthimunki botia) right after I brought them home:
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My rummies and endler!

I love these rummies! It is so awesome to have a schooling fish that actually schools 10 in the 15 gallon is awesome.
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This little guy was timid at first and was always getting chased by Rarity and Belle, now he swims with them (He needs more endlers which I'm working on) though he is afraid of my hands so getting pictures is hard.
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They look so happy in your tank! I'm really glad you could take them and I'm super glad you could give the endler a home. He looks a lot happier in your tank than he was in mine. In mine he was always harassing my regular guppy male.
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