03-31-2007, 11:00 AM
| || | Yep. Same as mine when I had them before. They're totally different from the glass bloodfins I have owned since last year, of course.:) Last one died today. With no other members of its own species available, it has done nothing but drift along in a lonely manner. The rest died when I had raging outbreaks of columnaris last year which I had managed to prevent only when I discovered that my high temperature can easily make it progress quite well.
Originally Posted by herefishy
They may become a little nippy or waste away if left singly or in smaller groups.