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    She is just protecting her eggs. The shaking is a...

    She is just protecting her eggs. The shaking is a show of force type of thing or a warning to the other fish to stay away from her eggs or she will attack them. It is typical cichlid behavior for...
  2. Thread: Okay, EMERGENCY

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    A yellowish fluffy rash could be velvet. Here is...

    A yellowish fluffy rash could be velvet. Here is a disease primer that has a description and treatment. http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aquariumforum/showthread.php?t=41178
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    I have a thread around here somewhere with...

    I have a thread around here somewhere with suggestions for the 120. It's empty right now and I am saving my pennies for a rescape.
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    Lol, give it time. We weren't expecting...

    Lol, give it time. We weren't expecting grandchildren and now we have two.
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    I guess it depends on the fish. For most I would...

    I guess it depends on the fish. For most I would try to get 10 times the filtration. If the fish in the tank can't handle that much flow then I would try for less.
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    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-yh8QvTBQR-Q/T7UqBmlayeI/...

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-yh8QvTBQR-Q/T7UqBmlayeI/AAAAAAAAGH8/QVKkXWYinu8/s1600/n4tc40.gif
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    :wavingyellow: Hello and welcome.

    :wavingyellow: Hello and welcome.
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    How about explaining it to him this way. "It's my...

    How about explaining it to him this way. "It's my tank and only I say when and what goes in it."
  9. Thread: Proud!

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    Fishhook, there isn't much of a difference other...

    Fishhook, there isn't much of a difference other than the one we are talking about in this thread is new. We also complain about the fish bowls. Every time there is a new product that doesn't conform...
  10. Thread: Picky clowns

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    Since this is in the saltwater section I am...

    Since this is in the saltwater section I am assuming you are talking about Amphiprion ocellaris or Amphiprion percula. These fish are not known to be picky eaters and as far as I know are considered...
  11. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    It would be better to remove the gravel before...

    It would be better to remove the gravel before adding sand. Sand won't stay on top of gravel and eventually you have only gravel on top. If the gravel is smooth you could just leave it, or if you...
  12. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    Both species would need a fully cycled tank. As I...

    Both species would need a fully cycled tank. As I stated before the CPD's would appreciate live plants. The cory would like sand substrate to dig around in, but as long as you have smooth gravel they...
  13. Thread: Proud!

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    The Walmart website says the bowl can be used for...

    The Walmart website says the bowl can be used for treats and treasures, which Sue already stated would be fine. Someone could write a review about this product on the Walmart website. ...
  14. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    Not saying don't get a gourami but, Celestial...

    Not saying don't get a gourami but, Celestial pearl danios are very timid and a gourami might send them into hiding. Even with the gourami you could fit 10- 15 pygmy cory and CPD's. Both species are...
  15. Thread: hello again!

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    :wavingyellow: Hello and welcome!

    :wavingyellow: Hello and welcome!
  16. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    What Metweezer? MattE64, I've had...

    What Metweezer?

    MattE64, I've had Celestichthys margaritatus and didn't find them to be particularly sensitive fish. You will need to be sure your tank is fully cycled and they will appreciate...
  17. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    A few tiny fish suggestions to start. ...

    A few tiny fish suggestions to start.

    Celestichthys margaritatus

    Boraras brigittae

    Microrasbora erythromicron

    Boraras maculatus
  18. Thread: stringy poop?

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    White stringy poop is a classic sign of internal...

    White stringy poop is a classic sign of internal parasites, but it doesn't necessarily mean definitely parasites. Either way, dosing PraziPro wouldn't hurt.

    Ninja'd by Cliff!
  19. Thread: Tiger Barbs

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    Tiger barbs are going to need and want more...

    Tiger barbs are going to need and want more swimming room than a 20g high will give them. You could have a nice group of cherry barbs in a 20 gallon high tank.
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    Poll: Dang it! I was going to choose 20 t0 25 years but...

    Dang it! I was going to choose 20 t0 25 years but went conservative. A lot of fish can live a lot longer than we think when kept properly. "When kept properly" being the important part of the...
  21. Thread: channa striata

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    It's illegal to own snakeheads in many areas, are...

    It's illegal to own snakeheads in many areas, are you sure you can have them?
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    Poll: I'm going to guess 10 - 15 years.

    I'm going to guess 10 - 15 years.
  23. Thread: S&L's 29 Gallon

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    Lol, bettas are such funny fish. Kuhli loaches...

    Lol, bettas are such funny fish. Kuhli loaches are scavengers, like corys, they will pick around the sand and gravel looking for food. Just make sure some food makes it to the bottom, maybe throw in...
  24. Thread: S&L's 29 Gallon

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    I love kuhli loaches, they are one of my most...

    I love kuhli loaches, they are one of my most favorite fish. They will burrow under the sand, hide under rocks and driftwood, and in densely planted areas. They aren't big into larger caves unless...
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    It would also give the goldfish a bit more...

    It would also give the goldfish a bit more swimming room and relieve some stress. Stressed fish easily succumb to illness. Goldfish are pretty active fish all you have to do is keep his water clean...
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