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Thread: Identify ME!

  1. #21

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    Oh yea, thats right, they look different when they are juvies, should they be fine in a 29?
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    They do look like young bumblebees, although ours was not quite such a bright yellow....gorgeous coloring.
    When they mature they can get quite dark. As for staying in a 29, not quite sure about that, they are one of the bigger africans.....ours is pushing over 4" and he is also quite the tank boss.
    Kimmer

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    In theory he should be fine in the 29 if you stock it properly and get enough rocks in there. I've never kept bumblebees but they seem like very cool fish. I think you should give him a try.
    Some innocents 'scape not the thunderbolt

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    Quote Originally Posted by f1oored
    In theory he should be fine in the 29 if you stock it properly and get enough rocks in there. I've never kept bumblebees but they seem like very cool fish. I think you should give him a try.

    Will do thanks for everyones help.

    I want to get two yellow lab juvies and two either red or albino zebra juvies. would that work.
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    Those shouldn't be problems. I would get another socolofi and another bumblebee then get 3 of the labs or the zebras. They should all be fine but try to add them in groups so they don't get picked on.

    Lets see a picture of you tank too.
    Good luck.
    Some innocents 'scape not the thunderbolt

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    i knew it!

  7. #27

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    Looks like a bumblebee to me, looks like mine. One at my work was about 7".
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    Quote Originally Posted by f1oored
    Those shouldn't be problems. I would get another socolofi and another bumblebee then get 3 of the labs or the zebras. They should all be fine but try to add them in groups so they don't get picked on.

    Lets see a picture of you tank too.
    Good luck.

    Alright, cool, looks like i know what im talking about then huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumachine09
    Alright, cool, looks like i know what im talking about then huh?
    It looks that way... lol
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