Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources - Conversation Between Mikaila31 and Kelso
Conversation Between Mikaila31 and Kelso
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 8 of 8
  1. Kelso
    01-08-2010 10:39 PM - permalink
    Thanks a lot! This is a great site!
  2. Mikaila31
    01-08-2010 10:34 PM - permalink
    From Mark at Anubias Design. He had a good deal I couldn't pass up, $5 each =). He currently doesn't have any in-stock. I can't see him getting anymore unless they are the same price... Otherwise they are usually twice that...

    They were in the mail for 4 days I think, almost thought I lost them. They arrived in GREAT shape thanks to Marks awesome packing. I haven't had a single issue with them. All six are currently happy and healthy.

    I might have some video up in a while, I shoot a lot but don't normally do anything with it. Been meaning to get some up. They are really cute and very friendly fish. When they see you they get really excited ^.^
  3. Kelso
    01-08-2010 10:10 PM - permalink
    I gots another question, where did you order your Garras from? How are they doing as well?
  4. Kelso
    01-02-2010 11:44 AM - permalink
    Thanks a lot...if I'm to get another fish tank, I'm considering those guys. Unfortunately I don't have the room needed for a Fahaka...but these guys are so personable, so thanks for your help!
  5. Mikaila31
    01-02-2010 09:11 AM - permalink
    LOL I miss spelt it, that be why. Gutrudae rainbowfish.

    Mine are in a 15gal tank, but they are young. I found a site online that recommends a 30gal. Google garra flavatra and a link to a site called seriously fish will come up, its got a lot of info about them.
  6. Kelso
    01-02-2010 01:16 AM - permalink
    Google couldnt find the Guturdae rainbowfish hahaha! Say for a group of six flavatras, whats the minimum comfortable size of a tank for them?
  7. Mikaila31
    01-02-2010 12:53 AM - permalink
    Glad you liked the Video. The fish in my avatar is Guturdae rainbowfish. Garra flavatra in my sig, really need groups of 3 or more. I have a group of six I want to breed. They can live in cool to tropical waters. A high current is best as they love to play in it and are really built for currents. Peaceful tankmates are best. They are fun fish. They pay attention to you and behave a lot like loaches. Once settled they will display they normally cleaning behavior if you put your hands in the tank. Give them lots of caves/ hidey spots. Under rocks or wood. Each fish seems to have a specific spot that it uses most of the time. At night they always sleep in these spots with very little variation.
  8. Kelso
    01-01-2010 11:32 PM - permalink
    First off, that video of the tank with the rubber eel was incredible! I knew it at one point in time, but what is the fish in your avatar, and third of all, what are the requirements of the garra you have in your sig?
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome