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Okay! I'm ready for fish! Here are my parameters!
Old 01-23-2011, 05:15 PM   #11
 
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I agree, Rummys, Congos and Dennisons in a 125?? That tank would *POP* with color. Since this woman never batted an eye at the price of a discus I'm thinking she can handle the price of a Dennison, ya think??
Yes, yes!! Do it, do it!!
(Don't you love it when someone else takes over planning your tank.) But seriously, check out those Dennisons.
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:20 PM   #12
 
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@ Kymmie LOL

Oooohh...Dennisons would be nice! And you have the large tank they would need. Gorgeous, gorgeous fish. A bit pricey though but worth it and would look great with the Congos whom I also love.

What Rasbora did you get? Harlequins?
umm...I tossed my receipt out! I have clue ~ but I fell in love with them! I will look and see what a Dennison is!

When I look at this tank, guys, the fish are SO tiny!! But little schools every where! I am looking now, and the Rasboras I got have a black tummy, i think, and they glow!



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I agree, Rummys, Congos and Dennisons in a 125?? That tank would *POP* with color. Since this woman never batted an eye at the price of a discus I'm thinking she can handle the price of a Dennison, ya think??
Congos ~ I didn't see any of those I don't think.

And as far as the Discus go, Honestly ~ the only Discus I ever paid for I got at this lfs and its name was Ms. Pringle. You can see her on SD, Kymmie if you search me. She was my first and I kept her alone with an Angel Fish ~ had them for 2 years when I stumbled on to SD.

Is Kenny still there? I got all my fish from him. And Dan. I never paid. Who in the hell can afford them! It was good advertisement for them ~ I have met quite a few from there!

I love that fish. I almost went there again! Had to make myself keep.on.walking.


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Awesome, as I see there are no danios on the list. No offense to all you danio lovers out there but IMHO they are boring looking along with being crazy hyper.
To me they ruin the zen of a community tank the minute they are added to the water. Forget about glo-fish, (genetically altered danios) because besides being just as crazy as their natural cousins,
they are man-made freaks of nature. There, I said it.
Tell us how you really feel, woman! I checked out the Danios and I wasn't impressed. They were not all that cool looking. But ya know what I really liked, these fancy Guppies!!
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:23 PM   #13
 
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Oh, I got 12 Rummy Nose, 6 Rasboras and 6 Neon and 2 swordtails. $89!! For fish that wouldn't fill a SPOON!

But I love them! I love my tank, guys and I thank you all so much!
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:36 PM   #14
 
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Sounds like you got Harlequin Rasboras. Here's a pic of mine I had. Do they look like this?
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:41 PM   #15
 
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Thats it!! I had to go and get up really close to see. I wuv them! I have three separate schools in my tank. Are Swordtails schooling fish? I really like the two I got.
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:45 PM   #16
 
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I found the Dennison! I was going to get one! I can't believe iit ~ but it was much bigger than my tetras and I didn't really trust the staff.

It was beautiful!
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Old 01-23-2011, 06:01 PM   #17
 
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Thats it!! I had to go and get up really close to see. I wuv them! I have three separate schools in my tank. Are Swordtails schooling fish? I really like the two I got.
Rummies and Harlequins look awesome together and both are great schoolers. I had them together when I had my 37 gallon and loved them.

Swordtails don't really shoal together as much as the others do. But it's nice to have a few. I have 1 male and 3 females.

I got my Congos at Capitol. I was just in there a week or so ago and they still had some. They're in the very back room by where SMUD used to be.
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Old 01-23-2011, 06:43 PM   #18
 
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I got my Congos at Capitol. I was just in there a week or so ago and they still had some. They're in the very back room by where SMUD used to be.

Okay ~ so tell me something. Do I have to be careful what I add to this tank now, since all these guys are snack size?
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Old 01-23-2011, 07:07 PM   #19
 
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Awesome, as I see there are no danios on the list. No offense to all you danio lovers out there but IMHO they are boring looking along with being crazy hyper.
To me they ruin the zen of a community tank the minute they are added to the water. Forget about glo-fish, (genetically altered danios) because besides being just as crazy as their natural cousins,
they are man-made freaks of nature. There, I said it.
yeah lol I saw the glofish I told myself no way!!!! they are really colorful..

I really want to have some glofish and later on add some neons, otos and kuhli loahes..the loaches they are really playful and hyper I saw them at the store and wow their just like all over the place!! do you think thats a good combination?
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Old 01-23-2011, 07:29 PM   #20
 
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Okay ~ so tell me something. Do I have to be careful what I add to this tank now, since all these guys are snack size?
Yes, if you do decide to get Congo tetras get them when they're small. My adult Congos are around the 4" mark and will go after fry but they don't bother my full grown Harlequin and neither did they bother the full grown rummies when I had them. I haven't kept the Dennisons before but i suspect it may be the same thing with them. Maybe grow out the little fish you have first before you go for the bigger fish. Aahhhhh...I would go nuts trying to stock a 125 with community fish. So many fish I would want. lol
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