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    salamander betta

    Yes, hes a keeper! Nice photos of him too.
  2. bushy plant

    Great advice, I'm sure it will be very benefical to those who keep bettas. Thanks for shaing.
  3. Thread: Snail issues

    by bludusty
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    snail issues

    Do you have a tight fitting lid? Some snails crawl up out of the water to lay eggs.
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    whats with

    It's not only the grown-up size that newbies to the hobby underestimate, (as we all know) its the proper care of the fish too. I was in PCo yesterday and I overheard a grandmother with 2 young girls...
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    favorite cory

    I love them all but Sterbai are my favorite.
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    adding snails to fry tank

    I would like to hear from other breeders about adding ramshorn or pond snails to newly hatched fry tanks. I know there must be lots of pros and cons about this subject. I have a batch of half moon...
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    new

    Welcome to AC. I'm sure you will find all the answers to your fish questions here at AC. This site has so much valuable information for the new and the old hobbiests alike.
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    question

    Angelfish get quite large but i have found if you start off with small ones, they will adjust nicely to being with smaller fish. Right now I have 2 quite large angels and their tankmates are...
  9. Thread: discus tank

    by bludusty
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    discus

    Beautiful! My favorites too.
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    eating

    Raising angels is quite difficult. I found that I had to keep them fed well in order for them to grow quickly and not get stunted. Frequent water changes were also necessary due to volumne of all...
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    help

    I would do several big water changes within a few days as the medication is probably the problem now. It may take your fish a while to recover from all they have been thru. Sorry about your losses.
  12. anger

    I'm sooooooooo sorry to hear of your problem. I would be outraged also. I lost 8 discus to my own stupidity by introducing 3 new ones into my discus tank, but I can't imagine how you must feel about...
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    cpotm

    nice shots and cool subjects, congratulations to both of you
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    injured

    sorry to hear about your problem. As a long time fishkeeper, I have had distressing problems along the way. I had introduced 3 new discus to my tank and they brought along something that killed all...
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    cory

    She does look full of eggs but when spawning they swim around erratically with male chasing her. If there is no male to chase her, she may be eggbound. I heard somewhere that fish can get that way...
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    where

    They do hide very well. My male will hide his brood of eggs in driftwood cracks and once found him inside a small Grecian ornament column tube with a bunch of babies. Had a heck of a time trying to...
  17. Poll: what species

    Oh and BTW, have you considered any of the species of Rainbows? They make excellent community fish.
  18. Poll: what species poll

    Cherry shrimp should be kept in a tank by themselves as they will be picked on by your fish and babies are sure to be eaten. Its fun to watch them give birth to exact replicas of their parents only...
  19. Thread: Oh no...

    by bludusty
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    oh no

    Looks like they will be fine. They are a lot hardier then most people think. Goodluck and enjoy with your new wet pets.
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    schooling fish

    Rummy nose tetras are diamonds in the rough. They look pretty pitiful and faded out from fear when you see them in a pet store but once a school of 6 to 10 are accumulated to your home tank, they are...
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    Sticky: deleting photos

    Thank you Lady Hobbs but when I click on the thumbnail image, I only see these options.

    Add to Favorites Post a Comment Report Photo Send as e-Card Receive Email Updates
    Print View

    Am...
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    Sticky: deleting our photos

    Can we do this ourselves or does a moderator have to do it. I made a mistake on naming one of my photos and uploaded it again with the correct name (celestial eye goldfish). Now I need the one with...
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    Sticky: The AC can use my pictures

    You can use mine also. Any way you decide to credit owners of the photos is fine with me. It would be easier for you to credit them all the same way I'm sure.
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    german blue rams

    A male gbr will have a forked tail like the male in my photo. A female will have a pink belly and a straight tail with no fork. They are beautiful little fish and may become aggressive. My male...
  25. Thread: my first post

    by bludusty
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    my first post

    Hi, New to this forum but not to fishkeeping. At present I am trying to get my corydora sterbai to spawn. Succeeded once, a long time ago but they bred only that one time. I read somewhere that they...
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