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    You have plenty of space for a nice big school of Harlequin rasbora. Otto's are nice but on the sensitive side and should be added last.

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    What do you consider a "nice big school"? How many Harleys?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gronlaura
    What do you consider a "nice big school"? How many Harleys?
    Good question. :)

    BTW, I wonder why we don't have a "thanks" button here? This way a lot of "thanks" remain unsaid because one has to start a new post for it...

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    You could easily add 20 Harlequins and also up your Glofish to 20 and still be fine.

    Siamese Algae Eaters are very good if you are sure you're getting the right ones. Read the link bellow:
    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ad.php?t=33198

    But like I already mentioned, I strongly suggest adding them last and adding your Harlequins next.

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    I am worried about posting a link, it's not spam, I have nothing to do with these folks, but they supposedly breed the siamese and they have a lot of the others too, so I'll take the risk and post the link so you can maybe tell me if it looks legit to you.

    If it isn't allowed, please delete, but please don't ban me! I do need the real guys because I am planning to let algae grow as long as it's kept trimmed by some siamese.... alternately I'll get some otos but with the siamese I figure I will cover all my bases if I want some algae growth. Sooner or later some hair algae will show up and it will be very hard to eliminate without getting rid of all algae...

    Anyway, does this look right to you?

    http://www.azgardens.com/p-163-siame...aters-sae.aspx

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    Nobody knows?

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    Nobody knows?
    That looks like an SAE to me BUT I strongly encourage you to Google some recent reviews of anywhere you intend to purchase online.

    You may find them very enlightening.
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    Oh wow! Thanks for the suggestion and I'll be doing that from now on! Sounds horrible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 850R
    That looks like an SAE to me BUT I strongly encourage you to Google some recent reviews of anywhere you intend to purchase online.

    You may find them very enlightening.
    Especially that site. I don't know how much were allowed to say (I'll reread the forum rules) but as 850R says; read the reviews you will find them enlightening to say the least.

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