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  1. #1

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    I have two Golden Wonders, apparently both males, in my 10 gal quarantine tank prior to placing in my 30 gal community tank. They seem to be doing great, but one has developed an upward spine curvature in the past week. Any thoughts? I am about to move the 8 neons from the 30 gal into my 20 long and then put the killies in there.

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    u needed one, and we don't have a goby gift, so I give you an imitation lobster - lobsternoob   For your new tank, Cangrats man - Cliff   for putting up with my rants - Cliff   Sorry about your turtle. - cer   

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    I'm not sure how or why they develop the twisted spine, I had a 1 foot bichir with a twisted spine and he ate and lived fine until it got caught in my powerhead (talk about a huge bummer) as long as it eats and can get away from attackers it should be fine. I've also had many cichlids that i've bred come out disfigured, pretty interesting...I have a hybrid that has a smushed face and its jaw is sideways yet still it eats, swims and fights like a normal cichlid haha
    "Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering."

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    Thanks for that information. It helps a lot!

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