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    The goldfish are a really bad idea in a tropical...

    The goldfish are a really bad idea in a tropical tank, they need cooler temps than neons. Spiny nose eels are fine with other fish. A tire track would be a good fit for a 55, or a peacock eel. There...
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    I've never heard of a raphael catfish doing that,...

    I've never heard of a raphael catfish doing that, but the Lima shovelnose catfish will shed a mucus layer if the water conditions aren't suitable. It does look like a clear piece of skin in the shape...
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    Here's a pic of some young super reds: ...

    Here's a pic of some young super reds:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v628/toddnbecka/P1050889_zps10fa2275.jpg
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    Duckweed, it's almost impossible to kill unless...

    Duckweed, it's almost impossible to kill unless the fish eat it or the hob filter sucks it up.
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    Best bet would be to move the Ram's into their...

    Best bet would be to move the Ram's into their own tank, and toss in a small bristlenose pleco as well. The BN won't bother the eggs, but will provide a "threat" to strengthen the pair-bond and...
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    You could add another BN to pair up/spawn, the...

    You could add another BN to pair up/spawn, the angels and Ram's would pick off a number of their fry when they're newly hatched.
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    It hurts to lose them, but they bring so much...

    It hurts to lose them, but they bring so much more to our lives we wouldn't do without them. The memories will last.
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    No, guppies can't cross with mollies, but...

    No, guppies can't cross with mollies, but swordtails can cross with platys.
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    Definitely a common, will eat just about anything...

    Definitely a common, will eat just about anything (flakes, pellets, etc.) as well as some algae and/or veggies.
  10. And now, for something completely different......

    And now, for something completely different...
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153152240389973
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    Albino cory cats would make a nice contrast,...

    Albino cory cats would make a nice contrast, super red bristlenose instead of Oto's for colorful algae control.
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    You run an airline from an air pump to the...

    You run an airline from an air pump to the filter. The water current draws debris into the sponge, and the air bubbles circulate the water very nicely. I know several people with fishrooms full of...
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    An aquaclear 110 would be fine for a 75, though...

    An aquaclear 110 would be fine for a 75, though you might want a couple of intake extensions to reach close to the bottom of the tank. I use a 110 with 2 sponges for my 75's and 90's, and a large...
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    You kept them with other large cichlids, that may...

    You kept them with other large cichlids, that may account for the difference in their behavior. They would have been on the low end of the pecking order among "normal" cichlids.
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    Rosy barbs are social/schooling fish, really...

    Rosy barbs are social/schooling fish, really should be kept in a group rather than a pair. Small cichlids that won't trash your other fish, look for Cryptoheros species like cutteri or sajica. C....
  16. Spearfishing would be the another world record...

    Spearfishing would be the another world record category, not sure about commercial netting.
    I read somewhere a while back that it takes a huge amount of food to make a lionfish fat, and the ones...
  17. Gah, think how many native fish that invasive...

    Gah, think how many native fish that invasive lionfish had to have eaten to reach that size. At least now it's out of the food chain.
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    I have heard of mealworms eating their way out of...

    I have heard of mealworms eating their way out of other reptiles or fish, though nothing as extreme as your description of the turtle. That can be prevented by cutting off the heads of the mealworms...
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    I had a parakeet decades ago, don't remember the...

    I had a parakeet decades ago, don't remember the name now. I didn't have the patience to teach it to talk but I did teach it to wolf whistle. Then I taught it to wolf whistle backwards. We would let...
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    You could add a group of polka-dot or Burmese...

    You could add a group of polka-dot or Burmese border loaches. They don't grow nearly as large as the clowns, and just get better looking as they grow. Clown loaches fade a lot, the bright colors of...
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    Haven't heard of that particular product, but I...

    Haven't heard of that particular product, but I feed NLS 1mm cichlid or .5mm grow pellets to all my fish as a staple diet. I'd suspect the ultra red may contain carotenoids to further enhance red...
  22. Thread: More Snakes

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    Becka was really upset, he was her baby. Why is...

    Becka was really upset, he was her baby. Why is it always your best/favorite fish or snake that dies?

    I'm switching some of my tanks from fish to reptiles until I get larger/permanent enclosures...
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    More Snakes

    Sadly, our beautiful baby boa died unexpectedly, no clue what/why, he had some kind of convulsions and that was it. We contacted the seller, and he offered to replace him, so we went to the Hamburg...
  24. They will indeed school together, even different...

    They will indeed school together, even different sizes to some extent. I have a group of 10 in my 220, and there are at least 4 different species among them. Most are one species, but the...
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    I feed mine (couple hundred or so, been breeding...

    I feed mine (couple hundred or so, been breeding them for years now) french cut canned green beans.
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