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  1. Thread: Amputated

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    What kind of crayfish do you talk about? ...

    What kind of crayfish do you talk about?

    Different crayfish breeds at different times in the wild. Most can however be bred all year around in aquariums.

    Most species can be fed fish meat and...
  2. Thread: Leftovers

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    A lot of fish like rice! And algae eaters and...

    A lot of fish like rice! And algae eaters and snails love rise!
  3. There are common names for plants just like there...

    There are common names for plants just like there are common names for fish. You will most often se the plants for sale under their common name which is easier to remember.
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    The Wallago are becoming ever more common in the...

    The Wallago are becoming ever more common in the aquarium trade and more and more people keep these beasts. Many of them buy them not knowing their adult size of nearly 2m/6ft and need for all fish...
  5. I don't know if anyone can answer that question....

    I don't know if anyone can answer that question. There are a lot of them thats for sure ;-)


    Your second question is easier to answer. Yes some catfish species can grow relativly long. A European...
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    The fish bowl really isn't suitable for fish and...

    The fish bowl really isn't suitable for fish and especially not for goldfish. This is due to the fact that goldfish wants colder water than tropical fish and because goldfish need a lot of oxygen in...
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    You find a list of some of the piranha species...

    You find a list of some of the piranha species below: (Genus in bold text)

    Pygocentrus

    Pygocentrus nattereri Aka Red Belly Piranha, Yellow King Emperor Piranha

    Pygocentrus piraya aka Piraya...
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    Nice poster ;-)

    Nice poster ;-)
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    Well maybe. But it would have to be integrated so...

    Well maybe. But it would have to be integrated so that AC doesn't lose the avlue it has now for aquarists.
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    You really don't have to get fish that grow to...

    You really don't have to get fish that grow to the same size as the discus but fish that are a little larger than neons are recommended.
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    German blue rams might be ok. I would get more...

    German blue rams might be ok. I would get more than one though.

    Neon tetras are a bit risky. Sometimes they make good companions for discus and angelfish, sometimes the discus/anglefish eats them....
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    Sorry I canít really help you. The only thing I can think of is that something has been introduced to aquarium by mistake. Don't know what though since you seem to be doing everything correct.

    You...
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    It might have been been stress due to water...

    It might have been been stress due to water exchange. Did you use the same brand of bottle water as usual?

    How do you filter and decoration?

    lowering the nitrite/nitrate levels are easy. more...
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    In freshwater: Frontosa

    In freshwater: Frontosa
  15. Thread: HI!

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    HI and welcome. nice with a discus fanatic among...

    HI and welcome.
    nice with a discus fanatic among us. They really are beautiful fish.
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    I would suggest focusing on the quality of the...

    I would suggest focusing on the quality of the fish rather than the growth rate. Discus can be rushed but seldom keep the same quality if they are.
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    How do they get into the filter? What kind of...

    How do they get into the filter? What kind of filter do you have?

    What you describe are usually just a problem with fry and a few species as adults.
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    Not really, fish will do that even if they are...

    Not really, fish will do that even if they are full. They are begging for food whether they are hungre or not.
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    More like a barb, but yes they don't really look...

    More like a barb, but yes they don't really look like sharks.
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    Based on those numbers your aquarium should be...

    Based on those numbers your aquarium should be around 250L in volume.

    At the moment I have one 1500L with large predatory cichlids and a 720 L with tanganyika cichlis, a 720 L with fish from the...
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    You are right that they called it a red tailed...

    You are right that they called it a red tailed shark in the store but it still isn't a shark, they are just incorrectly called sharks. Just like playboy bunnies are called bunnies without actually...
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    Yes, It should be are not ate, sorry ;-) ...

    Yes, It should be are not ate, sorry ;-)

    Wagtail platys sounds like a better idea.
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    Well than it might be algea. But chalk deposits...

    Well than it might be algea. But chalk deposits are still a possibility.
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    Both neon tetras and Tiger barbs ate suitable...

    Both neon tetras and Tiger barbs ate suitable companion for young clown loaches.

    96L is however to small to keep clown loaches in for more that a short period of time. You should get a larger...
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    Yes it does.

    A number of fish will survive on cheap flake food such as your red tailed shark, which isn't a shark at all. I believe I saw an article about that somewhere in the articles section. There is however...
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