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06-21-2006 12:59 PM
kunerd Yea i dont think he would play well with them. Sad though. He was like the 2nd fish i bought 3 years ago when first getting into this and of course broke the first rule of not researching the fish before you get them. Now 3 years later hes a killer
06-20-2006 08:06 PM
lumpyfunk http://www.plantedtank.net/fishprofi...nterruptus/29/

I want to get a school of these as the focal point for my 90 gallon so it may be a non starter if he can snack on them.
06-20-2006 07:54 PM
kunerd Im not sure what congo's are but like its been said it will try to eat anything that it can get its mouth over. Right now he is in the tank with tiger barbs and they get along fine. He use to live with my bala and knife fish but since then they have both moved on
06-19-2006 04:41 AM
lumpyfunk Possibly interested, would it be ok with Congo's?
06-19-2006 03:20 AM
fshfanatic Bichars are awesome! Mine are Ornates.
06-19-2006 01:17 AM
Blackghost I have one of these and have had for about 5-6 months and he was 2 inches when I got him and now he is 8 inches and really fat. He eats live goldfish and one time he ate 5.
06-19-2006 12:42 AM
kunerd
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Originally Posted by Hoobahans
I assume they are a no-no with shrimp?
Lets just say that anything it can fit in its mouth it will eat. Like last night i got 5 silver mollies that i thought were pretty big. Well the next moring only 1 was still there and that one had bite marks across its body
06-19-2006 12:13 AM
mr.gaboozlebag THat fish is on my: "when I get a large fish tank" list.
06-18-2006 10:10 PM
Hoobahans I assume they are a no-no with shrimp?
06-16-2006 10:06 PM
fshfanatic Ahh a Bichar. I have two in my tank. I love them. Mine are much smaller prob 5" and 4" ea. Quite the personalities~!
06-16-2006 09:58 PM
kunerd
Dino Eel looking for good home

Just thought I would post this here if anyone would have any interst in my "dino" before I take him to world of fish. He has become too big for my tanks over the past 3 years that i have had him. The picture isnt the best but i would guess that he is about 7 inchs long and pretty fat Sad to part with him but its time for him to find another home and I would feel SO MUCh better of someone from this forum took him rather then a LOF..


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