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post #11 of 11 Old 12-18-2008, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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Hmmm, i'll have to keep tabs on the nitrite and nitrates, I don't really wish to do away with the dojo and eel.... i'll hopefully be able to upgrade to a 20 next year so they'll be fine for a while. But if they get too big I can give them away or something.

The Pleco on the other hand is a different story.....
I know it gets big but I just can't bring myself to let it go. It is the oldest fish I have. Actually, it was the very first one I ever kept. Ya its not the prettiest, but it is by far the most durable fish I have known. It even survived a chlorination incident.

The tetras are the only ones who seem to be having problems actually.... everyone else is pretty much just wanting to make babies as of late. The cherry barbs are extatic about the new plants, and even do a bit of "gardening". The male rainbow keeps chasing the female arround and flashing his fins, but she doesn't seem interested, and everyone else is life as usuall, incuding the diamonds who are by far the hungriest fish I know.

I'm also getting a really nice filter since this one is annoying me with its epic fail. Its a standard 15 gallon Aqua-tech. I wanna get a nice 30 gallon Aqua-Clear system.
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