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    The python is a popular device used by aquarists for water changes.

    I personally electric pump way simillar to the one explained by Dennis Bissett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yazikus
    I'm not sure how the Fish Lady does it now, I'm going to stay after work hopefully one day and watch her. I'm almost scared to say what it is stocked with, but here goes. There are 4 fancy goldfish, 1 parrot cichlid, 2 new cichlids, a big pleco and what I think is a small pleco (about 2 inches, bright golden color, bottom feeder, with beautiful fins) and some snails that I couldn't find just now.
    I'm sure The Fish Lady does just fine with whatever she uses. I've been in many offices which have large tanks and someone is doing a fine job of keeping those tanks looking nice - they all have similar fish to what you have in yours. As as been stated already, goldfish are considered cold water fish but they tolerate a wide range of temps. It's good to get a liquid test kit and either watch her to see or contact her to ask how she removes water.
    46 gal fw tank with black skirt tetras, neon tetras, spotted corys, cherry barbs, otoclinus, snails & 4 amano shrimp - plastic & live plants
    5 gal QT
    Remember: Our job is to take care of the water our fish live in

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    So my boss's big blood parrot cichlid is chasing around the new little cichlids, should I be worried and is there anything I can do? The big one is as big as a grapefruit (for lack of better comparison, obviously not all the way around) and the little guys are a little smaller than a cupcake top.

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