My name is Dusko and I live in Sweden. Some might know me from Aquahobby and some via my aquarium blog page - aquariumpoetry.blogspot.com and for those who don't know me well I will be around here posting abit there will be time to catch up
At the moment I am starting 2 new projects and one of them will house Sewelia lineolata. (the other one is a reef so will take it to another forum)
Looking forward to exchanging experence
Kind regards, Dusko
We have 3 Clowns and 3 Yoyos and out of all our fish we love these guys the most, their sweet natures and inquisitive personalities are fantastic.
At the moment we're wedged in a teeny house with a wooden floor but we're hoping one day to move into a large place with a concrete floor so I can build our dream twin 500ltr tanks, one off which we'd like to have as a Loach community tank.
Anywho, that's us.
I would like to find a good home for these fish. I do not need to sell them because I am more concerned with just finding a good home for them. So if anyone can come to Sacramento California you can have them free.
I was going to take them to Capitol Aquarium because they have some Clown Loaches that are 60 years old and VERY big, but after seeing recent poor reviews of that store on line I decided against it.
I can be contacted @ 916-988-9265 or email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have said yes to 4 unwanted clown loaches.
I wouldn't usually take fish that can grow so big, but I have always had a soft spot for the Clowns.
It started when I worked in a Aquarium/pet-shop about 20 years ago.
I have started to cycle a 4ft for them. its been running for 3 weeks ,
3 male guppies and 2 small OSBN live in it now.
Will the guppies work as dither fish?
they will be in my 30in for now, I hope the can cope.
Don't know how big they are at the moment I will find out today.
I have a few questions about transporting Clowns.
I live in country 3-4 hours away from the current owner, it is mid winter here in Berrys Creek Australia.
I can only pick the up at night, and may have to sit around for a few hours before I can head home.
The night temperature is between 5-8c
How can I get my clowns home safe,
is there anything I can do to make them happy when I do get them in the tank?
As my username suggests, I love Dojos. I have two male Dojos in a coldwater community tank (since Dojos prefer cooler water), surrounded by small, peaceful fish. My Dojos are very active, and they just love being fed Sera brand o-nip tablets, a highly nutritional cocktail of goodies that all of my fish enjoy. The Dojos can be hogs, however, at feeding time. I have to break up a tablet into several small pieces and scatter them throughout my tank, so that other fish get to enjoy them while the Dojos still can have theirs.
I am looking forward to learning a lot about loaches, here. I have done some research on Dojos, also known as Weather Loaches or Weather Fish, and they are rapidly becoming my favorite freshwater fish. They are so cute with their little whiskers and elongated, eel-like bodies. Mine have lots of personality, and are very easy to care for.
I hope you folks will welcome me to this forum. I'm glad I found it.
I am a fan of Dojos too. First time a fish ate from my fingers was a Dojo, scared the daylights out of me. Do a search on the forum, and you can see some of the member's experienceds.
even I spent a lot time reading some post here, I just realize that I was not member...Error is corrected..
I am a passionnate with gobies and loaches, so far it's the place to be and participate !
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