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  1. #11


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    Yup your right there mlb! I know myself, escamosa and kurly are big on the bolivian rams, and I knoe bignellm is blue ram enthusiast!
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    i agree with them and disagree at the same time i have 2 oscar fish in a 75g but i will need to get them in a bigger tank shortly been looking for 1 I started out with them in a 60 tall and it worked out great and they were with 4 more oscars until they paired up i kept 3 and sold the others back to the pet store my oscars now are 11 inch and 9-10 inch in my 75g wide and they have plenty of room now i would say thats why there haveing a hard time breeding but for the first year or so u would be fine in that 55g
    Last edited by fishguy420; 07-21-2012 at 01:05 AM.

  3. #13


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    To the Above Poster - Check the date of threads you are posting on. This guys question was answered and the problem solved in march, we are now 4months on
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    0 Not allowed!
    How many oscars can I have in 6000 liter outdoor tank?
    And how many would be the right amount to encourage breeding?

  5. #15


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    Please create a new thread so our other members can better assist you.
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    "There is no right way to do the wrong thing." - KingFisher "Only bad things happen fast in this hobby" - Cliff Boo train boo train boo train boo train woohoo

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    Unless you have a rare breed of oscar one that will sell for a lot of money - why would you want to breed oscar's. There are too many oscars in the world already. many many baby oscar's will die in tanks too small at the LFS or devlop HITH disease. I kept oscar's growing up and they are a bad first choice, unless you have a huge tank and don't mind smashed thermomaters,broken filter tubes,ect.

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