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Popeye revisited by glassman
Remember a few months ago when I reported my treatment "cure" for my big Severums popeye? Someone posted about their vet puncturing around the eye socket with a syringe to bring down the pressure. I tried it myself, and he was perfect in everyway in a couple of weeks. Well guess what? It's back,...
July 14th 06 04:23 AM
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Lamprologus species wanted by [email protected]
Hello, I'm looking for a male Lepidiolamprologus attenuatus and a female Neolamprologus falcicula. I'm in the UK. Anyone? Steve
July 8th 06 07:32 PM
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Help - Breeding brine shrimp by Apollo
Hi all, This is my first post here, hopefully someone can help me out. My blue ram start breeding last week any I start looking for clue to feed the fry. I've looked into many thread regarding breeding brine shrimp, and decided to try it. I've use the similar method as on this...
July 7th 06 05:15 PM
by Len Go to last post
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African Peacocks by Richard
Anyone in the Texas area (Especially the Houston area) that has any fry from the various African Peacock fish? I would be very interested in buying some of the various fry from you. Thanks
July 7th 06 12:12 AM
by Richard Go to last post
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Water Chemistry in Dallas, TX? by KStringer
I was wondering if anyone in the group lives in the Dallas, TX area? I'll be moving there soon and wanted to get an idea of what the water chemistry is like so I can plan how I want to set up my 180 Gal fish tank. Thanks, Kevin
July 6th 06 06:13 PM
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hi by bilaalrana
July 6th 06 02:33 PM
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Comments requested (38gal + Malawi Cichlids) by Mister Jerk
I am considering setting up my first tank as follows. Pseudotropheus acei Labidochromis caeruleus Pseudotropheus saulosi Was wondering what numbers of each I should choose and genders? Are these pretty compatible? I plan to setup a large amount of rocks with a fine crushed coral
July 3rd 06 07:30 PM
by Amateur Cichlids Go to last post
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finnally some fry now what by [email protected]
hello there. i have a 30 gal tank with 3 females and a male silver angel. i rescued them from a friend of a friend,since last december. they seem fairly healthy, the females would basically take turns laying eggs and the male would do his thing. and with in a day or two theyed be gone,until now.you...
July 2nd 06 07:27 PM
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Fighting Angelfish by Jolly Fisherman
I have 5 Angels in a 55gal tank. 3 zebras, 1 marble, & 1 golden. All are healthy but are nasty SOB's. The marble & golden are especially good looking & aggressive. The zebras are also nasty but often take a beating (chunks missing from their sides). When they're not fighting they're lining up...
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June 28th 06 03:53 AM
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baby anglefish ocala florida by Koi-Lo
"Allyb" wrote in message ... I have a community tank where my 8 month old pair of angels are the proud parents of 100+ fry. I don't know if they'll make it, but the parental units are doing a great job, and I've removed the...
June 27th 06 01:28 PM
by Lee Go to last post
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baby anglefish ocala florida by Altum
Allyb wrote: I have a community tank where my 8 month old pair of angels are the proud parents of 100+ fry. I don't know if they'll make it, but the parental units are doing a great job, and I've removed the other residents of the tank. They hatched last Thursday and are now swimming (or...
June 27th 06 03:42 AM
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finicky severum by Sconad
Hi... I'm getting desperate. I have owned my Green Severum for about 4 years now, and while he's always been a picky eater, lately he's just gotten worse. I have a virtual graveyard of foods I've tried and he's rejected. The only thing he'll eat right now is HBH Super Soft frozen food...
June 27th 06 02:06 AM
by bobc Go to last post
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Heros severum by From Raw to Roar
Hi can anyone enlighten me as to what has caused my Heros severum to have a bulging eye. The fish has had ulcer type sores on the head and around the front fins
June 19th 06 03:30 AM
by Glassman Go to last post
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Swimming with cihclids: Cyanoguttatum in the wild by Big Dummy
Was tubing today in New Braunfels Texas, on the Comal river. A little too crowded for my taste, but kind of a fund experinece. The water is blue-ish and very clear, even with all the turbidity from the hundreds of tubers. Fairly typically for me, I was scanning likely shady areas along the...
June 18th 06 07:55 PM
by Marco Schwarz Go to last post
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CHECK OUT THIS SITE by grottosandfins
Perfect caves for cichlids (THEY ACTUALLY BREED INSIDE THESE)------- grottosandfins.com
June 8th 06 05:42 PM
by Wëndălen Go to last post
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Our wet pets by Feather
Yesterday while moving fish around and such my personal favorite fish(s) in the house did something I found quite cute seeing as my hubby refers them to "water trapped dogs". Moving anything out of the 75g requires lowering the water level in case of stupidity on the part of the leporinus, so drop...
June 8th 06 01:28 PM
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Feeding Discus in Heavily Planted Tank/Amano Shrimp by John van der Pflum
I just converted my 75 gallon heavily planted rainbow tank into a discus tank. Currently I have 5 discus in there with plans on three or four more. The problem I am running into is feeding them. I am feeding them a beefheart mixture. I have been putting it on a small saucer in the tank so that...
June 5th 06 01:53 PM
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New 38gal stocking recommendations by Mister Jerk
I recently moved with my 38gallon tank and want to try a setup with cichlids. Last setup was a community tank. I'm trying to decide how I should stock the tank. I'm looking for a setup of easy to medium difficulty but I don't want a tank where there must be subdued light or where the fish will be...
June 3rd 06 02:48 PM
by Feather Go to last post
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My father and I are starting a business building aquarium caves and volcanoes. Pleasse check them out at www.grottosandfins.com. These are the best quality I have ever seen and are hand made to order. The caves are designed for cave dwellers/breeders (like cichlids) and the volcanoes add a cool...
June 3rd 06 05:32 AM
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His name is Peligroso by tenacity
I put my new 3-in albino cichlid in an outdoor pond in Phx, AZ, where my minnow poulation had gotten little overwhelming. I was a bit nervous - the guy at the pet store said he would bite me, eat all my other fish, yadda yadda, don't put him in with anything else, blah blah. Well, one thing I've...
May 30th 06 12:12 AM
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