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can i keep triops in my comunity tank after i grow them some.i have livebearers the largest thing in the tank is the mollys. i also have glass cats and corys.the tank is planted for the guppy fry and the molly fry.its a 55gal thats not minehttp://www.ninekaow.com/classi/pictures/1221116402.jpg
They're cool I remember I had them once, but I remember reading DO NOT KEEP WITH FISH.
They will eat your fish, or your fish will eat them.
you can keep them with fish. of course like any fish or invert, you must acclimate them first to your water. ive heard of success of them being in community tanks but i havent had any success yet. I put one in my 10 gallon tank... the next day i never saw it again. heck, i never even found a corpse
I have never seen on of those, really cool looking...............
...I have a container of triop eggs that I forgot about at home...I'm going to try this asap!!!
I tried hatching Triops once with no luck. Just make sure they can't be eaten by your fish
what kinda water temp do these guys like. I have an extra 1 gallon tank that would be cool to have these guys in
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