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    gorgeous! I wonder if I could keep 1 or 2 in my 10 gal with danios and a betta...?
    10 Gallon FW with Male Betta, 1 male Endler, and 5 Zebra Danios, 100 Gallon with Sevs, Acaras, Parrots and Loaches.

    Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming, swimming, swimming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Sarah*
    gorgeous! I wonder if I could keep 1 or 2 in my 10 gal with danios and a betta...?
    I think betta's would pick at them until they die.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Sarah*
    gorgeous! I wonder if I could keep 1 or 2 in my 10 gal with danios and a betta...?
    End up being expensive fish food in most cases. Also you would probably want to start off with at least 5-10 of them.

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    Really good piccies Print and frame worthy

    I had a betta that would pick them apart and I have a betta now that leaves them alone so it realy depends on the betta.... they are real group animals and need to be kept with a minimum of 10 ideally for them to be happy and be seen often.
    My own Fish Blog
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    'The measure of kindness is that you are kind without measure'

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    Excellent photos!

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    Fantastic pictures!! My shrimp tank is my next project!

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    WOW those sure are red! Great pics!
    Dixie
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    Those are some seriously red Shrimp. Increadible shots! Those are some of the best I've seen!

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    nice pearling moss.

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    Nice pics, are they hard to keep?
    Three-fourths of the Earth's surface is water, and one-fourth is land. It is quite clear that the good Lord intended us to spend triple the amount of time fishing as taking care of the lawn. ~Chuck Clark

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