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Originally Posted by paytheplayer
You can feed the TB's earthworms, although you'll have to cut it up to get it small enough. Also, make sure they are collected from dirt free of pesticides, fertilizer and other chemicals.
There are lots of other worms you can feed them as well. For instance, California blackworms are aquatic worms (much smaller than earthworms) which your TB's will absolutely love.
I actually lost two of the puffers a while back to what I believe was internal parasites, so there's only one puffer with the barbs now. But, as I said, I've never had compatibility issues between the two species. I'm not sure the cherry barbs would work as well since they're not as big, not as fast-moving and don't really school together.
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Originally Posted by yippee View Post
yes i did,and they got on great,however that's not to say i would chance
it again,i don't think i would be lucky enough to get another group like it.
the trouble i have is with platys nipping at the Angel.
when you set up a new tank,hide an extra
sponge or two behind some decor,that way you have
something seeded for you next filter.
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