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  1. #11

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    Yesterday I was at the pet shop and mentioned I had Tiger Barbs in my tank with the others. They were shocked that their shop would knowingly sell me tiger barbs into that tank community. (Remember I am an American in Germany and I don't speak German - language barrier). When I showed them the tank with the fish, I discovered that what he called it was a 5 banded barb. Wouldn't you know it... I actually found a barb called that! OK, so I don't have tiger barbs. I have 5 striped barbs. They are more lively than my neons and my rummy nose fish, but they are certainly NOT terrorizing anyone in the tank. They are all getting along just fine. Just thought some would find this interesting.
    Last edited by lahlumdi; 03-16-2008 at 02:31 PM.

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