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  1. #11


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roach View Post
    I have many questions but the first on that is urgent is will adding a bigass piece of wood that browns the water going to stain my pure white sand?
    A. You have your priorities a bit backwards if this is the most pressing question you have. You could post the stocking list requested previously in order to answer this question:
    How big of a tank do you recommend for my fish?
    B. No, Tannins will not stain your sand.

    Gas mileage isn't everything OIIIIIIIO
    Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.
    Why pretend there are no stupid questions? Actually, There are many stupid questions: "Should I drink this bleach?" Is just one example.
    Having said that, Just because it's a stupid question doesn't mean that it shouldn't be asked. It's better to know.

    A warm beer is better than a cold beer. Because nothing is better than a cold beer, and a warm beer is better than nothing.

  2. #12


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    I need help identifying my fish then Please. I only want the best for them. I only know they are African chiclids. I am pretty sure they came from the mbuna mixed or psudo mixed tank at my lfs. I followed their advice in crowding the tank. I am willing to put a pic of each one if I can on here, at least the ones I can lure up front.

  3. #13


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    Thanks guys, I haven't been able to get any pics up yet. There are 9 assorted mbunas , 1 strawberry peacock, 1 cobalt blue lobster and some kind of chineese suckerfish my buddy recommended cause it has smaller excrement. as for crazy filtration I have an eheim 2217 I just added last week to the topfin 40 backpack on a 40 gallon breeder tank. Right now I am building an aquarium stand as we chat as the counter I put the tank on is about to collapse, it's cracking and leaning now.

  4. #14


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    hopefully this will help id my fish.

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    It's a bit blurry, but Ill do my best.
    Far left blue one looks like a blue zebra
    2 in the middle that are patchy look like livingstonii
    Middle black one with stripe is for sure an auratus male
    I'm not sure about the middle white-ish one.
    Bottom right is an ob peacock
    top right looks like an orange zebra
    The black one middle right i think is an electric blue johanni
    Farthest right with the yellow and black looks like an auratus female

    I hope this helps!

  6. #16


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    Thanks for the help, it looks like i'm going to need a bigger tank soon. I also have a Chinese algae eater and a spotted puffer in there. Would a 75 gallon be enough for these or should I get rid of a few? I'm also not too sure to keep the blue lobster/crayfish in there since he is starting to go after the fish since he molted.

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