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  1. jaysee
    08-20-2012 09:57 PM - permalink
    jaysee
    There's a lot of latent humor in my posts :) I appreciate that though, thank you!
  2. thekoimaiden
    08-20-2012 09:54 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    Haha! It would be a strange community. Goldfish are technically in African (naturalized not native). Bichir bumping noses with chubby goldfish. What a sight!! Also I would love to have a bronze or chocolate goldfish, but I've never seen one for sale.
  3. thekoimaiden
    08-20-2012 11:46 AM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    All the goldfish threads recently got you wanting one, too? Well temp and water param wise, a little chocolate oranda would work, but I don't think the leopard ctenopoma would be very kind to him. Goldfish can be monsters, too!
  4. djembekah
    08-18-2012 07:31 PM - permalink
    djembekah
    omg ok lol
  5. Hallyx
    08-18-2012 03:39 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Oooo... I like it when friends jump on my head. ;-}
  6. thekoimaiden
    08-18-2012 01:03 AM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    That would be pretty epic! You could have a pretty large school of angelfish in a tank big enough for BGK.

    Awesome!! So glad that your resealing worked! Would you do it again for another large tank at a reduced price?
    Rock hunting, eh? Be careful, when they decide to run, they can really make a break for it! Bring a big net!! :D
  7. thekoimaiden
    08-17-2012 07:27 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    Never knew BGK's were South American. That would be a pretty awesome tank!
    So how did it go? Does the 90 hold water?
  8. thekoimaiden
    08-15-2012 05:29 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    Awww :( I'm sorry. Well that just gives you another excuse to make another tank! ;)
  9. thekoimaiden
    08-13-2012 01:13 AM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    I can imagine with colors like that, they would be expensive. But they are really impressive. To hell with a biotope if you can throw something that beautiful in there! Hope Taz's answer is what you're looking for! I've got my fingers crossed.
  10. thekoimaiden
    08-12-2012 11:42 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    Haha! Well if he does it you are more than welcome to do it!

    I never knew angels could be that beautiful. Discus are my favorite of the SA cichlids, but those things are making me rethink that. I'm astounded. And I also see why you want to break the biotope.

    I'd ask about the buffalo head and congo tetra. Getting rid of the ctenopoma sounds like a good idea if you go with the angels. The only things I've heard about them is that they are aggressive.

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    rabbit god, ferret jester, goldfish slave
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    Kingston, Ontario
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    Organic Agriculture Student
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    Total Years Fish Keeping Experience
    3 - 5
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