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    S. eupterus would be my top choice anyway if I...

    S. eupterus would be my top choice anyway if I could find some. Do they do well in groups or better of alone? I lost the brichardi. Seems he got tangled up in some thread I used to tie down a plant....
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    I just sold 3 petricolas thinking they wouldn't...

    I just sold 3 petricolas thinking they wouldn't do as well in a Blackwater tank as opposed to a tanganikya type setup. I'm thinking maybe bumblebee catfish? Hard to find brichardi around here
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    African river cat?

    Is there anything I could put in a 120gallon with various kribs and other ciclids that wont get bossed around? Currently stocking one synodontis brichardi, any thoughts on adding more? I've heard...
  4. Thread: Fish weirs

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    I like it. Close to what I fashioned myself. I...

    I like it. Close to what I fashioned myself. I used eggcrate with a layer of poly fibre. Mesh/zip-ties is a much better idea.The poly batting gunks up and slows down the flow
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    Regani pike cichlids

    I need advice on these dwarf pikes. I bought 2 today and am debating whether to put them in a large tank with two 8" gars or a river-tank with other ciclids and loaches OR a 55gallon Blackwater...
  6. Thread: Fish weirs

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    Fish weirs

    Gotta find a way to keep smaller fish from falling into overflows. What are ppl doing for this?
  7. Right. They seem like our native version of a...

    Right. They seem like our native version of a snakehead - appearance-wise any way. I understand they're a "sustainable" caviar source. Makes me wonder if there are bowfin farms somewhere and if maybe...
  8. Thread: Flying Fox

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    Like instead of a cat-fish its a fox-fish

    Like instead of a cat-fish its a fox-fish
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    Which is it? Pea puffers are better for a smaller...

    Which is it? Pea puffers are better for a smaller planted tank like that while SAP like a heavy current and prefer a school. I keep one now in an 80gallon with a river tank manifold and he really...
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    I just got a group of 5 for my river tank....

    I just got a group of 5 for my river tank. Swapped out my cories for them and so far its a better fit - more of a community rather than the cories just keeping to themselves. Mostly ciclids and 2...
  11. What about a bowfin?

    What about a bowfin?
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    You just sold me

    You just sold me
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    A natural pool would be great. Chlorine pools can...

    A natural pool would be great. Chlorine pools can be converted over to a nitrogen cycle system
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    Sucks. All my females died to

    Sucks. All my females died to
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    If you add a female she'll pick one of the three...

    If you add a female she'll pick one of the three males and pair off. But if you add multiple females they could fight over the males, possibly to the death so be wary. Sex is determined by ph and in...
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    All those fish are definitely male. Females have...

    All those fish are definitely male. Females have a darker purple "skirt" and are smaller. Males have longer more ornate fins and less color with just a light rosy patch on their bellies
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    Temperature is a deciding factor as well. Kribs...

    Temperature is a deciding factor as well. Kribs like 78 Fahrenheit. Rams and apistos like it warmer like 81 but so do discus. However they all like it a bit soft. Moliwe kribensis would be perfect....
  18. Thread: Kribs

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    If you have multiple females they can tear each...

    If you have multiple females they can tear each other apart. You'll never find a shred. I had a school that devoured a baby dat. They're definitely nasty
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    The male will attack it's own fry. After a few...

    The male will attack it's own fry. After a few weeks it views them as competition. I take the parents out and they immediately respawn in there new tank. This has given me huge survival rates 40+...
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    Definitely male

    Definitely male
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    Thanks for the response. Yeah they're tiny...

    Thanks for the response. Yeah they're tiny babies. I picked up 4 to add to another juvenile pair I have in another tank but for now I have them in a small refugium. This is also where I keep guppies...
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    Sticky: Do they enjoy guppy fry? It seems I'm missing...

    Do they enjoy guppy fry? It seems I'm missing some and I had them with baby petricolas
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    Synodontus petricolas

    What is the probability my baby petricolas ate my guppy fry? Petricolas are tiny, less than 1". Guppy fry were 3 days old. Thanks in advance
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