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post #11 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-14-2012, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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I thought so, I really want one badly. );

I'll have to wait till I get my 20g long and free up my 10g then. It might be awhile. Hope they'll stay there for awhile. >:c

I want my gourami!
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Woohooo! Good deal, Micho!

EDIT: A pair of honey gouramis might work. They stay pretty small.
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I'll consider the Honey Gouramis Sakura! :) The LPS I went to had a lot of different types of Gourami but I didn't see any Honeys.

I've been looking at several species of fish, I dunno if my LFS carries them anymore but, I remember they had some Dwarf Puffers, so I might actually go for them. Only problem is I dunno how I'm going to keep coming up with endless supplies of snails for them to eat.
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I think a pair is too much for 6 gallons, they are territorial. One male would be okay.
For the puffers, just take some snails, put in jar, add food source and voila!
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I do have huge pickle jars (they hold around a gallon), meh I might just get a Honey Gourami, less trouble. :)

I believe my LPS marked them as "Sunset Honey Gourami" wonder of they still have him. c:
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While I'm at it today I'll upload pictures of my current tanks and describe them, hehe showing off essentially. :3



This is my 10 gallon, it's decently planted, there's some swords (yeah the swords aren't doing well, I know, once I change this into a NPT that'll change for sure), recently got some water wisteria to float in all my tanks, lots of Moneywort, got two moss balls, some onion plant didn't think they would do so well growing like mad, along with that lovely piece of driftwood with Anubias on it as the centerpiece. It's stocked with some Rummynose Tetras, that one Balloon Molly, and with my Metallic Plakat boy. My future with this tank is to convert it into a NPT, which I will later this week. If I ever get my bigger tank, I'll transfer the Tetras and the Molly. Leaving my Betta, then getting roughly around 10 Pygmy Cories and it'll just be the Cories and him. :)



This is my 2 gallon Fluval Spec. Originally home for my other Betta, it's now a RCS tank. You can't really see them. Tons of java moss and Christmas moss, along with java fern attached to a piece of driftwood. More water wisteria floating again! This tank will get untouched it'll remain as a RCS tank, planning on adding around 5 more RCS in the tank.



My 2.5 gallon for my SD boy. Loads of Crypts, they do very well under the LED lighting. Gonna change this into a NPT, just full of Crypts!

I would take a picture of my new Fluval Edge, but, I haven't set it up yet.

So there you go these are my tanks. ;D
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They're all beautiful, Micho! Your plants are doing so well. :)
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Thank Sakura, wish the swords would do better but they're turning brown and dying, bleh.

Anyways, went to my LPS and took a shot of what I think are Honey Gouramis, they were moving so actively so this was the best shot, circled ones are "Honey Gouramis", there's like a tiny one there also, if these are really Honeys I'm gonna get the tiny fella. They lived with some Bronze Cories and Dwarf Gouramis.

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That's what my honey looks like, just not as pretty. Mine are definitely honey colored.
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I'm scared I'll be buying something that'll outgrow or get stunned in growth in my Edge. So I need to be 100% sure that they're Honeys, why do people make things so complicated, cannot trust my LPS.
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