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  1. #11

    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    Location
    North Central Wisconsin
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    sending good luck to you and your fish - Silbar   Merry Christmas - steeler58   Sorry you lost your angel.  You did all the right things.  Give yourself some credit and carry on! - angelcraze2   Congratulations and welcome home to your baby! - RiversGirl   so sorry to hear about your discus. I hope you can figure it out. - bpete   

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    2 Not allowed!
    Exactly! Things have evolved so much and often times we change how things are done today compared to how it used to be and we're not seeing as good of results. Even with humans. There's too much "junk" on the market and we wonder why people get diagnosed with heart failure and cancer so frequently.

    Waylon -
    I went to Drs. Foster & Smith yesterday and picked up some Discus Hans Cobalt flakes, O-nips, and frozen blood worms. Everyone ate the flakes. I threw an O-nip in my 65g and they all went NUTS! It was pretty cool to watch. As soon as I threw the blood worms in the 125g, the Angels ate them right up. I actually mixed some brine shrimp with the blood worms and the brine shrimp went neglected. Ha ha...I suppose the worms were a wonderful treat for them! ;)
    65g neons, black neons, serpae tetras, harlequins, zebra danios, cory cats, yo yo loaches, nerite snails, vampire shrimp

    125g cory cats, nerite snails, flower shrimp, white clouds, yo yo loaches, angelfish, discus, pleco

  2. #12

    Join Date
    Apr 2015
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    Springfield Missouri
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    for you sick fish - mac   I'm sorry waylon!  Didn't mean at all to discredit you!  Sorry to hear of your crazy mean angelfish!  You taught me a lesson. - angelcraze2   For being a friendly memeber - mac   Happy Christmas! - Slaphppy7   great job on figuring out your photos - bpete   

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    0 Not allowed!
    Cool! I hope it works out for you like it has for me :)
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