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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueD View Post
    I agree with Joe on the green neon tetras, very hardy and more colorful. I have a school of them.

    Just one question = why, oh why, do you want Malasian Trumpet Snails???
    First I loooooooooove inverts, I even have a small aquarium crowded with pond snails (that aquarium is a complete trophic chain and needs only light and gas exchange with the environment). I would love to have apple snails but I have seen them growing huge sizes and it scares the crap out of me to think what they will do to my aquascape. Trumpet snail seems to be the perfect one in terms of size, its cute and also eats algae which is great. I know that it has a potential of becoming pests tho.
    Last edited by Skirmitch; 11-06-2016 at 04:17 AM. Reason: typoed pond as pod

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    Check out mystery snails Pomacea bridgesii a relatively small apple snail species and will do fine with live plants. Prefers actually the rotting plant material and left over fish food. I highly recommend supplementing it's diet with veggies though (squash,zucchini etc..) This will make sure it doesn't bother any of your plants.

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    Mystery snails and assassin snails are cool.

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    Hey Skirmitch! Welcome to the forum!

    These guys and gals would love to see that tank of yours. You should definitely share that vid and show off that awesome scape



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    Great stocking idea for the great tank size. Your fish maybe love it.
    Fish are my love. I stock my a 5 gallon aquarium with fresh shrimps and aquatic plants. I use a fish tank filter for the tank. I also use an aquarium LED light for growing aquarium plants.

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    Living in Chile, how hard is it for you to get fish that is sourced from Lower Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay? A lot of these fish thrive in 50F-88F easily. You would not need a heater in the aquarium.

    Here's a site with fish from that area:

    http://www.aqvaterra.com/cichlids_other_fishes.php
    http://fish.mongabay.com/data/Uruguay.htm


    Apistogramma borellii


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    Quote Originally Posted by AmazonJoe View Post
    Check out mystery snails Pomacea bridgesii a relatively small apple snail species and will do fine with live plants. Prefers actually the rotting plant material and left over fish food. I highly recommend supplementing it's diet with veggies though (squash,zucchini etc..) This will make sure it doesn't bother any of your plants.
    Gonna check them out for sure and about veggies to supplement diets, dont worry, I plan to do sinking zucchini for the otos and the shrimps as well. The only problem here in Chile would be to be 100% sure that the species they give to me are right and not a scam tho. Gonna watch videos thnks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silbar View Post
    Mystery snails and assassin snails are cool.
    Checking assasin snails as well, thnks fot the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocksor View Post
    Living in Chile, how hard is it for you to get fish that is sourced from Lower Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay? A lot of these fish thrive in 50F-88F easily. You would not need a heater in the aquarium.

    Here's a site with fish from that area:

    http://www.aqvaterra.com/cichlids_other_fishes.php
    http://fish.mongabay.com/data/Uruguay.htm


    Apistogramma borellii

    http://www.aqvaterra.com/imagenes/ci...borellii_1.jpg
    I THINK its nearly impossible since the only country that is allowed to export fish to Chile is the EEUU, the countries have to pass a very strict test to be able to qualify since its too damn easy to damage the fish we have here in Chile

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    Hey Skirmitch! Welcome to the forum!

    These guys and gals would love to see that tank of yours. You should definitely share that vid and show off that awesome scape
    Lol, I still think the video is horrible and that the tank is too empty to show it but here it goes, its only the hardscape, the plants there are only leftovers from a friend of mine:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwc...Q2VHdpVVE/view

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