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Old 09-18-2006, 12:57 AM   #51
 
If they are the same, then you might as well buy them locally. You get a nicer pic that way.

Don't forget, not all discus are the same price. A $60 discus could be either a 4" red turq or a 2.5" Red melon.
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Old 09-18-2006, 02:27 AM   #52
 
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are corry cats the weird looking fish i saw at the fish store with there mouths pointhin down?
I'll also refer you to another site.
A thread in another section.

Besides the cories and loaches mentioned by Eddie, you won't be surprised either that loricariids(plecs) have mouths pointing downward.

If you want to keep cories, be sure to see that your gravel is not sharp as this also damages their delicate barbels. But this is not always the case. Even poor water quality will also cause the disintegration of barbels.
Fortunately, the barbels will grow back once water conditions are right.
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