big als has a marge too!
you know that famous huge clown loach marge on the internet? i went to the big als store here a few hours ago and they have a almost fullgrown one, and hes $350!
Wow is that a good price for a full grown one?
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2x yoyo loaches
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i guess you could say so, if you have the money and dont have the time to wait for a small $10 one to grow its good.
best fish there had to be the $1000 ray, 2000g shark tank, and the clown loach
geez, I wonder how old it is.
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55 gal. planted (Co2 Pressurized) - 1 Featherfin Syno, 2 Bolivian Rams, 2 SAEs, 3 Congo Tetras, 4 Long Fin Rosy Barbs, 6 Sunset Platys, 2 Lyre Tailed Swordtails, 3 Peppered Corys, 2 YoYo Loaches
3 gal. planted nano (no Co2) - 1 spotted puffer, 3 Neon Tetras
lol, i meant to.
they also had a fullgrown arowana in a 360g, craziest fish ever.
lol, and the funny thing was there was the one huge clown loach and like 50 tiny 3" ones in the tank
I get a kick about 'marge'; I had six clown loaches that I had for eight years that were between 14 and 16 inches. The girls were the big ones, the boys were smaller and slimmer. Had to sell them when I moved but they got a good home; a SE Asian exhibit at the Memphis Aquarium (At the Memphis Zoo). Took me and four zoo guys more than an hour to get those monsters out of that thickly planted tank.
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big als had this one planted tank that was gorgeous, it was in a dark corner, probably 300g with metal halide lighting, and probably 1000 lush green plants with huge schools of tetras.
Originally Posted by Dave66
I wanna know why you would pay more for an older fish? It would naturally have shorter lifespan in your tanks and would probably have more difficulty moving in. Unless you have some predator in the tank I guess.
I'd rather buy one for $5 and let it grow.
another thing that doesnt make sense is dyed fish, PJ's here sells dyed white skirt tetras for $5 each, and all they have is faint red, green, or yellow on the top of them, yet normal ones are $2 each