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Alasse
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PostSubject: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 12:45 am

I pick up the below on Tuesday. EXCELLENT deal, most were giveaways and the previous owner wanted to rehome, he had some others i was interested in so i boguht those VERY cheap!

3 male Kribensis
1 Blue Gourami
2 Pearl Gouramis (Proven breeding pair with 3 fry)
4 Rosy Barbs
3-4 Glowlight Tetras
2 male Common Bristlenose
5 Zebra Danios
4 Harlequin Rasboras
3 Clown Loaches
& a Betta

kribs will go into the 4ft
blue & pearl gouramis into the 4ft
barbs, tetras, danios & rasboras into the 4ft
male bn, larger one will go into a 2.5ft breeding tank with my female, the other into the 5ft
clown loaches into the 5ft
betta into 8gal

Absolutely rapt, this will flesh out my 4ft nicely
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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 2:46 am

Wow that's a fair haul. And I bet in your stunning tanks those fish will happily fit in nicely Good Job

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Alasse
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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 2:55 am

I'm looking forward to getting them all home.

I've set up the betta tank, it sits on my puter desk, got some cherry shrimp in residence. They will either be quick or lunch once the betta moves in *L*
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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 5:39 am

nice one!!!

some nice fish in there too.

sure they will all look amazing in your tanks

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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 1:11 pm

sound like a very nice deal you got..Thou a 5' tank for clown loaches is way to small not to mention they need more than 2 friends.. I have a friend with a 220g 6' tank and his clowns are 13+" and still growing Smile He has 8 of them together and they are so much fun to watch play..I just don't have a tank big enough to keep them. Even my 180g would be to small for a school of clowns Sad
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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 3:26 pm

New fishies coming Sign0175 I don't know who is luckier, You or the fish finding themselves in those wonderfull tanks lol!



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Alasse
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PostSubject: Re: New fishies coming   New fishies coming EmptySun Jan 01, 2012 10:40 pm

Thanx Smile

the 5ft will be plenty big enough for them for ages, there will be 5 of them also plenty for a happy school. The 2 i have in the 5ft are growing VERY slowly, and play constantly. I am more than happy to house them in there
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Always good when you get good deals and have room for all the fishes, good luck with them all i'm sure they will love their new homes.
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