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    I would like to hear any comparisons on how this...

    I would like to hear any comparisons on how this mixture compares to purchased/processed foods, as far as better growth, color, vitality, etc.
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    That puffer may enjoy the fins of a paradise...

    That puffer may enjoy the fins of a paradise fish. Ever consider a regional biotope, or maybe a nano planted with dwarf species ?? that could be fun. :)
  3. great read !! Thanks :)

    great read !! Thanks :)
  4. Thread: odessa barbs

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    Dont think so, try the assassin snail, very good...

    Dont think so, try the assassin snail, very good at his job :)

    http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/jimv8673/download_zps3b301262.jpg
  5. Thread: Round gobies???

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    Invasive ? yes. can humans ever eradicate them? ...

    Invasive ? yes. can humans ever eradicate them? no. you said yourself that they breed like crazy, so i see no problem (other than the law) with someone keeping a couple in captivity, just for the...
  6. Thread: Veterans Day

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    God bless our Troops ...

    God bless our Troops

    http://i689.photobucket.com/albums/vv253/jimv8673/download2_zpscef47256.jpg

    My service: US Army 1968/1971

    And a special thanks to those who gave their all, You Will...
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    Do you have any substrate in the tank ??

    Do you have any substrate in the tank ??
  8. Howdy, and welcome aboard :)

    Howdy, and welcome aboard :)
  9. Thread: Mixing Barbs

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    you can stock those, these are schooling fish and...

    you can stock those, these are schooling fish and may enjoy larger groups, but thats not etched in stone, i have a single cherry barb in a tank with 3 angelfish thats has been just fine with that...
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    since you dont seem to have any major bottom...

    since you dont seem to have any major bottom dwellers the loaches should be a great addition to your tank. As far a eating the frog food, its first come first served usually on that topic.
  11. Thread: Greetings

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    thanks gadget :) like your sig, i get that...

    thanks gadget :) like your sig, i get that sensation lol
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    Thanks for that correction talldutchie, and i...

    Thanks for that correction talldutchie, and i agree, since i visited the site you posted. :)
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    Kind of off the beaten path, but i really do...

    Kind of off the beaten path, but i really do believe that "patience" which many new fish keepers lack. And trust me i was there myself years ago. If given time most all setups will find their own...
  14. Thread: Greetings

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    Thanks steeler, i agree :)

    Thanks steeler, i agree :)
  15. Thread: Greetings

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    Thank you mommy1, i have a son that lives in...

    Thank you mommy1, i have a son that lives in copperas cove, and i lived in Killeen in 1971 after i returned from overseas duty in the Army. Loved it there, should have stayed :)
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    a great resource for beginners

    i thought that this site may be a great help to those just starting in the hobby, to help you figure out what species of fish you might have or maybe want to start keeping.

    http://www.fishbase.org/
  17. Thread: Hmmmm

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    thanks cliff ill try that. Worked fine that...

    thanks cliff ill try that.

    Worked fine that time, thank you for the trust :)
  18. Thread: Hmmmm

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    Hmmmm

    seems every post requires approval by a staff member, man thats a lot of work on a forum this size, however i do understand and will be patient. :)
  19. Thread: PH problem

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    the most simple answer is Co2 releases carbonic...

    the most simple answer is Co2 releases carbonic acid in the water and decreases ph. If you would like to get a little more technical, check this out
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  20. Thread: Greetings

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    Ive already met a few right here :) thanks for...

    Ive already met a few right here :) thanks for all the prompt welcomes, thats a plus already
  21. Thread: Greetings

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    Greetings

    Hi there, :) been in the fish keeping hobby for about 20 years or so, have kept about every species you could imagine at sometime.

    Just retired in Jan of this year and have wayyyyy too much time...
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