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Thread: SAE's and False SAE
04-18-2010, 12:34 PM #11
07-07-2010, 06:20 AM #12
Thank you so much for the links! I've just discovered that the "stripped catfish" that I bought a few years ago is in fact a Flying Fox!
It died over the christmas holidays, managed to jump through a small space in the glass (for the auto fish feeder) while we were on holidays. He was approx 4.5 inches long. :o I loved that fish, he was beautiful to look at. :(~Col~
4 ft 60g FW: 2 angels, 4 blind cave, 1 whiteskirt, 4 gold widows, 6 serpaes, 1 neonhead apisto, 4 clown loaches, 4 albino cory, 2 bronze corys & 3 BN plecos.
23g FW: 1 neonhead apisto, 1 yoyo, 2 albino BN plecos & 4 pepper cory
5.5g: Crowntail Betta, 6 black Khuli's & RCS
5 g: Crowntail Betta, 1 albino cory (Quasi), 4 baby khuli's & RCS
7 g: Dragontail Betta & 2 albino cory
3ft Axi tank: 1 black, 1 gold - 1 redcap oranda & 2 albino cory
07-10-2010, 06:42 AM #13
I was just wondering about my SFF a few days ago. Then he got eaten and I found out he was actually a SAE. I could have saved myself from a lot of research if I just joined this forum earlier.26 gallon- 1 Clown Pleco, 3 Rummy-nose Tetras
Read about my fish in my blog:http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...wjournal&j=467
03-09-2012, 08:15 PM #14
0Originally Posted by Lady Hobbs
You might go through liveaquaria.com, which also carries SAEs. They're more expensive, but more likely to arrive healthy in my limited experience. If it weren't for those gigantic shipping expenses...
I need to get some, though. I'm getting a some black hair algae on the edges of my leaves, and I've heard SAEs will eat it. Plecos, ottos, nerites, and mollies--my usual clean up team--won't touch the stuff.
Do flying foxes eat algae at all, or are they just pretty bottom feeders? They ARE pretty little guys.
03-09-2012, 08:21 PM #15
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03-09-2012, 08:31 PM #16