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    Cool Fish showing off


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    Mashed together a couple of clips I recorded last night. Enjoy!

    (I love the part at the beginning where the loach freezes up once she realizes I'm recording her!)

    45g planted - 6 Odessa Barbs, 6 Silvertip Tetras, 6 Black Lyretail Mollies (+ 1 fry), 2 Red Crystal Shrimp and 1 Vampire Shrimp
    5g - 2 Horseface Loaches

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    thats cool. Thanks for sharing. I like your loaches because I've never seen them before.
    55g- blood parrots, hatchetfish, SAE, bristlenose plecos
    75G-oscar

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    I've never seen video of that species of loach before. Thanks for sharing.
    A severe lack of trichogaster.

    Just because your Gourami is sick does not mean it is always Iridovirus, DGIV, Gourami Disease, et cetera.
    Look at all the other factors in your tank before coming to this conclusion.

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    That's a nice loach. It does seem to stare at you in the begginning when it caught you.
    Click My Eggs...

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    Thanks all!

    I'd like to get a better video of the loaches doing their filtering, so that you can really see the sand shooting out their gills. Maybe I will give them some pellets first, because they do the same thing with those - you'll see the pellet get almost all the way to the loach's neck (since they are translucent), then the loach will spit it out, then suck it up again and out the gills it will come! I got the sinking pellets just for the loaches, but I think the barbs have benefited the most from them :-)

    If you watch carefully in that first clip, you can see the loach blink a little. They do that quite a bit.
    45g planted - 6 Odessa Barbs, 6 Silvertip Tetras, 6 Black Lyretail Mollies (+ 1 fry), 2 Red Crystal Shrimp and 1 Vampire Shrimp
    5g - 2 Horseface Loaches

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