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Thanks, all! My girlfriend really liked the kubotai -- a fine fish I've never kept -- and I was thinking sids might actually be too small from the viewing area. So here's the new line-up: 4 B. kubotai 6 B. striata 10 bloodfin tetras We'll see what I can get for gobies, but I would also like: 5 Stiph...
What do you think that little guy in the middle is? I just picked him up with 3 others, all about 1.5 inches. They have identical markings, including the highly regular array of spots covering the body of the fish. This picture is quite pale; you can frequently see the body stripes more clearly and ...
Definitely go for the zebras - my biggest fish is a yoyo and she is 7 inches. Zebras are fun active fish and they max out at 4 in. I'd go with a group of 5. I have not kept them with kuhlis but I imagine this would be fine. Is it a 4' 40 gal? I'd say you could put a group of small dither fish in the...
- Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:04 pm
- Forum: Freshwater Forum
- Topic: River fishe in natural habitat in Japanese subtropics(South)
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Wow, look at the colors on the goby in the last pic! Amazing! We still haven't seen those guys in the trade here in States. Odyssey, I am curious about your underwater camera setup. What are you using to take these wonderful pictures?
- Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:39 pm
- Forum: Loach Forum
- Topic: Snail-Eaters to Keep with Sids?
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I have a 54 gallon corner bow, ultimately for y. sidtimunki. Current inhabitants are platies, endler's and baby BN plecos. Tank is at 78F, pH7.8, with smooth small gravel substrate, mangroves and java moss. I would like to add a snail eater. 'Thinking first of loaches, but open to others; especially...