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    Quote Originally Posted by imma24 View Post
    You probably got a great deal! It's also possible that the previous owner might not even know everything that's in the tank - so many fish are sold with one label and are really another type of fish.

    Many people here post photos to see if someone can ID them.
    It was well under 500 and he gave us 4 tanks, 2 huge 2 smaller, fish, filters, decorations, chemicals, and food. So it was a huge deal, but it is going to take us a minute to fix the mess.

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    And you aren't the first to inherit a "mess" LOL - I've read real horror stories of the conditions of tanks people pick up - really neglected ones with really poor stocking - but you are doing great asking questions here.
    46 gal fw tank with black skirt tetras, neon tetras, spotted corys, cherry barbs, otoclinus, snails & 4 amano shrimp - plastic & live plants
    5 gal QT
    Remember: Our job is to take care of the water our fish live in

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    Quote Originally Posted by madagascariensis View Post
    Banded leporinus (long striped ones)
    Very large(common?) plecos
    Albino tinfoil barb
    Electric yellow cichlids
    Angelfish
    Other Africans I don't know.
    + 1 to madagascariensis for knowing his fish.
    Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.
    Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit.
    -Vince Lombardi

    Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are. ― John Wooden
    Sandy Hook Elementary......Lest We Forget
    See my profile for my tanks and what fish I keep

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    I am currently uploading more photos so if you go back to my post in a few minutes you will see more close up pictures.

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    Here is the link again.

    http://s1262.photobucket.com/user/tr...?sort=3&page=1

    And according to measurements it is 125g tank.

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    Once again, compliments for trying to do the right thing. MY last post was intended to be helpful, I fully realize you will need time to deal with the situation.

    Now...

    http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...111230_068.jpg

    that's some kind of cichlid, I'm rubbish at those.



    looks very familiar but the name won't come to me.

    This seems to be a colour morph of the common pleco http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...1204_274-1.jpg

    this: http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...110249_378.jpg looks like a sailfin pleco to me. probably Pterygoplichthys gibbiceps but that whole genus is tricky to identify without proper pictures with the fin raised. Doesn't look very healthy though, bit thin. These guys at that size enjoy just about any kind of vegetable (rinse well, blanch or nuke in the microwave, weigh down) and twice a week a bit of frozen seafood. Incredibly poop machines!

    The angles are a weird colour mix but look healthy enough. Once they're rehomed feed a frozen pea once a week.

    http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...110200_906.jpg looks like an African leaf fish to me, Polycentropsis abbreviata. That's a challenge. Acid water lover, not that big but quite carnivorous, can easily try to eat fish half it's size.

    http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...110032_851.jpg no clue, sorry.

    All in all it's a beginner's fish collection composed with little regard to compatibility. Good luck sorting that out.

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    That is a ctenopoma or bushfish.It looks to be full sized and is a great fish for medium to large community tanks.It is a labyrinth organ fish,that will eat small fish.Large algae eaters are very impressive looking fish,but are nasty and territorial.

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    you mean? You're probably right. Slightly bigger and a bit less agressive but still a carnivore.

    LArge algae eaters agression is often (but certainly not always) related to bad care. Cramped crowded tanks, no hiding places, bad diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    http://i1262.photobucket.com/albums/...110200_906.jpg

    you mean? You're probably right. Slightly bigger and a bit less agressive but still a carnivore.

    LArge algae eaters agression is often (but certainly not always) related to bad care. Cramped crowded tanks, no hiding places, bad diet.
    Ours seem fine but I want to take most of them and find them a good home as they are over populating the tank.

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    in case it hasn't been identified yet the golden, elongated fish at the tank bottom appears to be a golden chinese algae eater (gyrinocheilus aymonieri).
    grows to six inches and acquires a nasty attitude.

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