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post #11 of 17 Old 02-06-2007, 11:19 PM
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post #12 of 17 Old 02-07-2007, 08:27 AM Thread Starter
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yeah that is too bad, well i'll just talk to the lfs people today and let them know what is going on and maybe they will take him back and let me trade for another fish. they know me on a first name basis there. so we'll see.
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post #13 of 17 Old 02-13-2007, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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he's done being shy

so all of a sudden today my loach is out and he's eating and hanging out with all the other fish and he's been out all day. it's sooo weird. but anyway just wanted to let you all know. he's a cutie.

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Well then, buy the 90 gallon bowfront, move all your clowns there, get at least 4 clowns, add some more community fish, if possible you can try discus, make the corner tank african.
Discus are South American.
Clown Loach are Asian (Sumatran, if memory serves)
How would adding Discus and Clown loaches to a tank make it African?

Still, 90 gal Bowfront would be sweet for a school of 4 or 5 Clown Loaches (if you're not planning on going anywhere for 15 years so that you can take good care of them and not have to break down and move a big ol' tank).

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post #15 of 17 Old 02-13-2007, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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well for now i'm keeping the tanks the way they are. i would love to get a bigger one but i'm just thinking i already have three tanks i really don't need another one. lol
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Well then, buy the 90 gallon bowfront, move all your clowns there, get at least 4 clowns, add some more community fish, if possible you can try discus, make the corner tank african.
Discus are South American.
Clown Loach are Asian (Sumatran, if memory serves)
How would adding Discus and Clown loaches to a tank make it African?

Still, 90 gal Bowfront would be sweet for a school of 4 or 5 Clown Loaches (if you're not planning on going anywhere for 15 years so that you can take good care of them and not have to break down and move a big ol' tank).
The discus and loach in one tank, the african in the other, thats what i was saying :)
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post #17 of 17 Old 02-19-2007, 04:26 PM
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clown Loach

Hey i have two clown loach each about an inch long,my tank is a 29 Gal High, they hide a lot but do come out now an again for like 10 mins at a time an they seem to be doing well so far so i dont know if the small tank big tank is just a myth or not, all i can say is mine are doing good so far,my only problem is keeping my water clear:(((
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