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southamericancichlidguy23 12-26-2009 10:19 PM

dude sturgen african strugen who wants to see look
 
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so my friend has a african sturgen its so fricken cool

southamericancichlidguy23 12-26-2009 11:52 PM

anybody knw how many times aday u feed this guys

southamericancichlidguy23 12-27-2009 12:12 AM

thank god for liveaquaria.com they knw it all

Teammuir1 12-27-2009 01:00 AM

Well if they knew it all WHY DIDNT YOU SHARE
with the rest of us...
At least you could do is finish your POST.. with something
more productive... if you found that answere WHY not share
it with the rest of us.....

All I am saying is if your going to use someone else Forum or website
for info that you did not get here why not share what you found with
the rest of us that has started reading this post.


Ron

southamericancichlidguy23 12-27-2009 01:05 AM

lol ok i still got it i will sry i was kinda rushig out the door here :)


Freshwater FishPond FishPond PlantsBrackish FishFreshwater InvertsFreshwater PlantsMarine FishCoralsLive RockReef Cleaner PacksMarine InvertsMarine PlantsHome > Freshwater Fish > Misc. Fish > Sturgeon http://www.liveaquaria.com/images/ca...e-Sturgeon.jpgDue to variations within species, your item may not look identical to the image provided. Sturgeon (Acipenser ruthenus) QUICK STATS Minimum Tank Size: 180 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Water Conditions: 52-72 F, KH 10-18, pH 7.5-8.0 Max. Size: 4' Color Form: Black, Blue Diet: Carnivore Origin: Farm Raised Family: Acipenseridae http://www.liveaquaria.com/images/dot_clear.gif+ View larger image The Sturgeon, also known as the Sterlet, is a primitive looking fish that has a long snout and a mouth located on its underside. The rows of heavy plates along the flanks and dorsal surface along with its shark-like tail, add to this primitive look.
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The Sturgeon is quite hardy and adjusts to aquarium conditions nicely. The temperature may be allowed to rise to 74F, but it generally should be kept between 54 and 65F. Clean and clear water along with good water current is essential to this fish's health. A powerful filtration system is a must. The Sturgeon won't spawn in the home aquarium, but in nature it breeds from May to June. Largely carnivorous, the Sturgeon prefers freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, pellet food that sinks, high-quality flake food, and meaty frozen foods. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 4" to 5"
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teddyzaper 12-27-2009 01:08 AM

lol, that picture made me laugh, my brain was thinking: "i wonder if they print the name on the side of the fish"

southamericancichlidguy23 12-27-2009 01:08 AM

ok now to throw in my 2 cents it does well in small then 180gal is happy guy at 78 eats shows happyness and loving and all above cool fish to watch swim around the tank and up and down on the glass to cute with big nose

southamericancichlidguy23 12-27-2009 01:08 AM

thats funny now im crackin up tatto on his side

southamericancichlidguy23 12-27-2009 01:13 AM

one thing if u get annoyed wit fish that never stop moving dont buy this it dont stop lol

Cody 12-27-2009 01:23 AM

Do you realize how big this thing gets? And you have it in a 55?

Eventually you will have to give it to a zoo unless you can get a tank big enough for a 6' fish.


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