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Old 11-24-2009, 04:22 PM   #1
 
55/g Community

Hello World

Im presenting my new 55/g Community!

Introducing First: Rainbow Shark! (1)
Introducing Second: Angelfish's (2)
Introducing Third: Tinfoil Barb's (3)
Introducing Fourth: Tetra Serpae's (5)
Introducing Fifth: Tiger Barb's (5)
And Finally! Pleco 7"

Hope You Guy's Tell Me What You Think!
Im gonna buy some more Plants and River Wood.
River Wood I Found $7 the pound, is it cheap or expensive?
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:34 PM   #2
 
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So LouzZ,

Your post does not say if you have already have introduced all these fish or not, but I see you already have the angels and some barbs. I do not see tigers barbs in there yet. Is that correct? Ifr I am right, DO NOT PUT TIGER BARBS IN THERE WITH THE ANGELS! They'll nip at the fins non stop. Trust me... been there. If you decide against this advice, at least get 10+ tiger barbs - that will greatly reduce the nipping effect.

Otherwise, congratulations on the new tank.
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:38 PM   #3
 
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7$ / poud is rather expensive for wood. i can get it for 4$/ pound at my LFS. stick to rocks. found in a river bed near you. clean them good and pour white vinegar on them to make sure they do not bubble (and therefore change your water parameters). but thats just me. i hate to pay money for things that i can find in my backyard.
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