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Montreal Area: Cichlids need a new home by Frank Mamone
Hi everyone, I am moving and I need to find a new home for my Cichlids. They are all beautiful and healthy, it's just that I can't setup my aquarium right away when I move in June. So, here's your opportunity to get some beautiful full grown Cichlids almost free:
March 13th 06 02:42 AM
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snails by Bob
Does anyone put apple snails or other snails in a Malawi tank? Also what is the opinion of putting an air curtain in the tank with a air pump running it. I have a lot of current in my 75 but little surface agitation. Bob
March 12th 06 06:34 PM
by NetMax Go to last post
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we ship fish worldwide by aaron
we have over 13000 gallons of fish and can get most of any species
March 11th 06 03:17 PM
by Zz Yzx Go to last post
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we ship fish worldwide by Gill Passman
aaron wrote: we have over 13000 gallons of fish and can get most of any species Do they all need a 13000 gall tank though? lol
March 9th 06 09:32 PM
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Yellow Lab Question: by Muuurgh
Okay, I have 5 Yellow Lab Fry, that are now at about 1 1/2". They are in a 20 Tall. The smallest has been ostracized. So, like all of my other cichlids that I have had, the one to get shoved out or pushed around summarily dies. So, I set up my old 10 to serve as a safety tank for her. It may be...
March 9th 06 02:09 AM
by kay-bee Go to last post
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Food for mbuna Cichlids by Bob
I have a 75 gl tank with about 23 Mbuna. I am always puzzled with the large assortment of food available. I have: Pseudotropheus soco, Labidochromis Caeruleus, Melanochromis Johanni, Labidochromis Hongi, Bumble Bee, Auratus MS, Elec Yelow and Red Zebra MS. I try to feed two types of flake food...
March 2nd 06 04:30 PM
by JG Go to last post
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new forum by [email protected]
just wanted to share a new forum about keeping cichlids its just starting so its slow http://p4.forumforfree.com/wolfcichlids.html
March 1st 06 10:50 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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[FAQ] Welcome to the Aquaria Newsgroups! 2006-03-01 by Flash Wilson
Welcome to the Aquaria Newsgroups! 1. Copyright. The text for the Welcome (this posting), except for the copyright paragraph, was written by Mark Stone. The Aquaria FAQs were compiled and are maintained by Erik Olson. The articles incorporating the FAQs were written by: Shaji Bhaskar, Gary...
March 1st 06 03:27 PM
by Flash Wilson Go to last post
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food for cichlids by Sean K
I try to give my cichlids a good variety of food, I feed them the allways popular Tetra cichlid sticks plus Omega one, cichlid attack, flozen brine shrimp, frozen blood worms, and of course live minnows. I stay away from feeder goldfish, they allway seem to have a fungus or something thats...
February 28th 06 09:14 PM
by Amateur Cichlids Go to last post
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Fish Show and Auction-DFW TEXAS by Wally
TEXAS CICHLID ASSOCIATION Spring 2006 Workshop March 24 - 26, 2006 Clarion Hotel DFW Airport South 4440 West Airport Freeway, Irving, Texas 75062 (972) 399-1010 Speakers Include: Lee Newman New World Cichlids
February 28th 06 03:37 AM
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Help: new tank for Julidochromous sp. by Zz Yzx
Hello all; Inspired by NetMax's recent post ( DIY styrofoam sculpture ), I've conceived a plan for a tank and "sculpture" that I want to fabricate. I've got a 55 gal show tank (36"L X 12" D X 24" H) that I'll use, and plan to stock it w/ Julidichromous sp (regani, marlieri, or other similar),...
February 27th 06 12:50 PM
by Amateur Cichlids Go to last post
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I am trying to figure out the correct ratio: by Muuurgh
Okay, I am wanting to start a frontosa tank. I am planning on buying a 50 gal. breeding tank this week. How long will 8 fronts manage in a 50 gal? With 8 in a tank, will there be enough in a 50 without there being an aggression/territorial problem? I had a huge problem with other cichlids...
February 24th 06 04:24 PM
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Cichlid Books by Big Dummy
Greetings to all you usenet fish experts, I used to have a pretty good, if slightly dated library of books on Cichlids. Unfortunatley about 95% of my books were destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. I have at last set aside a small sum of money to begin to start repairing this deficiency, and I am now...
February 23rd 06 12:03 AM
by Amateur Cichlids Go to last post
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Mpimbwe vs. 7 Stripe by Muuurgh
Okay, I've had my heart set on getting 6 Mpimbwe this week, but the store I ordered them from got 7 Stripe instead. What is the difference? What is the difference in any Front for that matter? I want the largest, most striking Frontosa out there. Are they all similar? Would I even know the...
February 22nd 06 11:16 PM
by kay-bee Go to last post
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info on HAPLOCHROMIS NYERERE by Far Thunder
Hau kolas.. Not finding much info on these guys, does anybody know where I could, or have any real-world experience? Also, seems what I can find references h. obliquedens..same basic fish? TIA lila pilamaya -- **FREE LEONARD PELTIER NOW**
February 22nd 06 01:27 PM
by Todd Carini Go to last post
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Bottom 55 gal tank with fish? by Jim Conklin
Hi Folks: I have a 55 gal planted show tank with some discus, cordy cats and various neon and a pair of German Blue Rams. The bottom of the stand looks inviting for another 55 gal and since I have an extra hood and heater I'd though I'd put another 55 gal one below the top one. My main concern...
February 22nd 06 01:06 AM
by paul.irwin Go to last post
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Is My Flounder Sick? by Muuurgh
I bought a couple freshwater flounder a couple weeks back. Unfortunately I put them in a tank with "mildly" aggressive cichlids (they managed to kill two other cichlids, all of my shrimp and the crawdad). They ate one flounder and the other is badly scarred on his back with his fins all torn up. ...
February 19th 06 08:00 PM
by NetMax Go to last post
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some advice on setup.... by sew crazy
Can any body advise me if this is okay: no3 25 no2 0 gh 6-10d kh 6d ph 7.2 I have many filters on the tank trickle filter 1200 liter per hour (home made approx 500 cubic cm with
February 18th 06 08:47 PM
by NetMax Go to last post
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White worms, micro worm...- please by rafal
Hi everybody... I have one big request... I would like to start my own white worms (or other similar) culture but here in Poland where I live it is very hard to buy these worms... (so called "mission impossible")... So, I would be very gratefull if somebody could send me just a few worms from his...
February 15th 06 01:47 PM
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Cichlids in marine tanks by Big Dummy
I thought I might start this in it's own thread since it's something many Cichlid keepers might be interested in. I've acclimated Cichlids like Red Devils, Black Belts, Urupthalmus and Mangaguans to fully saline tanks and had them living with Trigger fish, Damsels and Panther Groupers. I...
February 15th 06 03:33 AM
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