The Planted Tank Forum - Conversation Between Centromochlus and ThatGuyWithTheFish
Conversation Between Centromochlus and ThatGuyWithTheFish
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  1. Centromochlus
    08-07-2013 01:43 AM - permalink
    Considering how nonactive they are during the day, i think 6 would be fine. You could always send him an e-mail to see if he could sell you a few less.
  2. ThatGuyWithTheFish
    08-07-2013 12:29 AM - permalink
    Do you think 6 would fit in a 20 long though? Seems like a bit much, as I do want other fish.
  3. Centromochlus
    08-06-2013 11:32 PM - permalink
    Oh man, i'm sorry to hear that. I haven't kept honeycombs for at least a year... had to sell them when i took my 90G down. Snookn21 has packs of 6 for $48 + shipping on AquaBid.
  4. ThatGuyWithTheFish
    08-06-2013 11:21 PM - permalink
    Do you have any honeycombs you could spare. An EoTD killed all of mine. ;_;
  5. Centromochlus
    07-26-2013 02:16 AM - permalink
    Thanks-- I like that idea!
  6. ThatGuyWithTheFish
    07-25-2013 11:42 PM - permalink
    Nice name change, haha. Maybe I should change mine to "perugiae"
  7. Centromochlus
    04-01-2013 12:30 AM - permalink
    I've always pronounced it "pear-oo-guy", but i'm not sure what the correct pronunciation is.
  8. ThatGuyWithTheFish
    04-01-2013 12:26 AM - permalink
    Hey, do you know if how to pronounce it's name? I've always called it peh-roo-geeh-uh, but could it be peh-roo-gay?
  9. ThatGuyWithTheFish
    03-10-2013 01:23 AM - permalink
    I saw something tonight I've never seen before. Today I got two new ones to replace two that jumped and died (which may have been related to the fighting...) Well ate least I got a female, so I can potentially breed them in the future. Well the new male was doing this odd sort of dance around and with the female. It was swimming against its side and in circles too. Of course this could just be new tank behavior, but I thought it was interesting.

    BTW, can I have contact info of that breeder you mentioned?
  10. Centromochlus
    02-23-2013 07:59 PM - permalink
    Yes most definitely... i used to think that honeycombs used to be the most peaceful fish ever, but males can actually be quite aggressive towards each other, especially during feeding. I also used to see my honeycombs do this when i had them... See 0:00-0:20
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