08-05-2012, 06:40 PM
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Well they're called "rheophiles" which means they live in fast flowing streams, but don't mind just regular aquarium flow. Because of this their swim bladder is a lot heavier to keep them on the ground, and they tend to just hop along the floor of the aquarium.
Also, they mate for life, and if one fish dies, the other will often live it's life out without ever mating again.
Someone on here is selling manzanita, and even though it'll be like $100 with shipping.. I'm tempted.. I need more money.
Getting $35 tomorrow from an old AC I sold so there's some money!