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Old 01-06-2008, 04:48 AM   #11
 
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There is absolutely no way I could do that, My fingers would be bloody nubs, my beard down to the floor, and I would be a moldy corpse sitting in this chair and I still probably wouldn't be finished with my list.
oh now come on.... you could get some plasters,a good moisturiser,
and a razor, stop making excuses,
and Lupin,where has the fun side of you gone. ?
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:09 AM   #12
 
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There is absolutely no way I could do that, My fingers would be bloody nubs, my beard down to the floor, and I would be a moldy corpse sitting in this chair and I still probably wouldn't be finished with my list.
Ditto.:(
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Old 01-06-2008, 10:35 AM   #13
 
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For everyone who has had too many to list, a suggestion:

Take it one family at a time. Do your tetras. Do your Cories. Do your Rainbows. Then your oddballs. 150 species isn't so much. Particularly if you do your post in word or excel and copy when you can.

C'mon. Give it a shot. Do 10 or 20 a day.

I am trying to get a sense (and I am going to end up posting it here) of the most popular species, the most bred species, and have a record out there of who actually has experience with what critters.

I missed a couple the first time 'round:
Pitbull Pleco
Chinese Algae Eater.
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Old 01-06-2008, 10:42 AM   #14
 
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right ok.
malawi cichlids*
Willow, do you think you could tell which ones? I know precisely jack about rift lake cichlids, but I'd like to get a sense of who had which so next year when I am setting up the 90 gallon to bracket the TV in the living room I know who to ask about, for instance, whether it would be possible/feasible to set up a tank with a rockpile for Julies on one side, a plain full of snail shells for shellies in the middle, and a stand of fake plants for what kind of fish at the other end.

Now, I'm a selfish guy, and I really want this information for my own benefit, but I think that having it out there would be a great resource for anyone who wants to know.

Addendum for the long time aquarist: Don't feel like posting a gazillion fish here? Send me a PM and I'll plug it into my spreadsheet.
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Old 01-06-2008, 11:34 AM   #15
 
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blue gourami
dwarf gourami
pictus cat
oscars


albino tiger barbs
silver dollars
angelfish
rainbow shark
platys*
pleco
snails

...feels like i'm forgetting a few! :)
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Old 01-06-2008, 12:55 PM   #16
 
There are over 75 different species of African cichlids in the fishroom, 5 rasboras, 11 tetras, 5 danios, 23 different cories, 20 SA cichlids, 5 wood/whiptail catfish, 6 live bearers. And I'm just estimating. That does not include the fish I keep in my display tanks.
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Old 01-07-2008, 01:29 PM   #17
 
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Last time I tried this my power went out just as I was ready to press submit. Somebody digging across the street hit a cable. Imagine that happened to Bob?

Corydoras Aenus*
Guppy*

Synodontis Eupertus
Synodntis Nigrita
Corydoras Paletus
Corydoras Davidsandsi
Common Pleco
Blind Cave tetra (Astyanax Mexicanus)
Platy
Betta Splendens

Armano Shrimp
Mystery Snails

Pimelodus Pictus
BN Pleco (Ancistrus sp.3)
Swordtail
Molly
GBR (Microgeophagus Ramirezi)
Krib (Pelvicachromis Pulcher)
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Old 01-07-2008, 03:26 PM   #18
 
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hi
there were not many
i had
Yellow labs,tons of babies
red zebras,bred with anything,loads of babies
malawi golden cichlid,auratus(melanochromis auratus)
pseudotropheus estherae(i think)
hth a bit
:)
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Old 02-28-2008, 10:34 PM   #19
 
also not so much....
1 catfish
12 small koi
1 oscar....another was died yesterday
1 snakehead
5 tigerfish
2 rainbow guppy...3 died because of the oscar

looking forward for super red arowana and marble goby
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Old 03-02-2008, 03:47 PM   #20
 
male betta
bumblee gobys
common pleco
bala shark
tiger barb
dalmation mollies
angelfish
ottos
corydoras
african dwarf frog
snails


didnt know if u wanted inverts...u got them anyway haha
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