04-11-2011, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Sometimes the "cure" can be worse than the initial problem. I never recommend acquiring a particular fish just to solve some issue. The safer course is to fix the cause. In this case I can't offer much on that, because to my knowledge I have never had hydra, though with my eyesight I might not see them anyway
. I know there is an incredible amount of live creatures in my tanks; the fact that so many fry can hatch and survive when I am certainly not feeding them is proof of this.
Gold gourami [which is the "gold" variety of the common Blue Gourami] do get large, and can be nasty to certain other fish, especially in small quarters. I would not suggest acquiring one (or even worse, two, as they are territorial) unless you have a large tank with suitable fittings for these beautiful fish. Read out profile [click on the shaded name].
yeah they are tiny tiny these odd little creatures.
I now am feading the aquarium once a day because it seems that everyone is getting fat from eating all the tiny little creatures that live there..its crazy how many there are! do you think that they can get enough nutrients from them to not need regular food? I gave them shrimp today and the all went nuts! even the tiniest one that barely eats!
yeah ill just see what happens I mean they are just taking over every surface..even the glass!
Originally Posted by whitecloud34
Yes they do get big, I actually kept them peacefully with an Oscar!
oh see I have little danios they might freak out if I bring in the gouramis