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  1. HD Blazingwolf
    06-29-2011 08:49 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    id love too! but money and time are tight, mostly time. i really donnt get to apply the time to the fw tank that id liike right now
  2. HD Blazingwolf
    06-29-2011 02:45 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    as i havent seen any of them in a few days, i will assume eaten at this point wish i had a tankk ii could have dropped them in
  3. HD Blazingwolf
    06-27-2011 01:39 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    Ehhhh maybe the first time or two
  4. HD Blazingwolf
    06-24-2011 01:58 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    Back atcha mate
  5. HD Blazingwolf
    06-16-2011 04:47 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    No they unfortunately hide amongst my background plants. I'm feeding baby brine shrimp in that area so we will see if any make it. My tank has a few predators. But I still see one a day so we will see if his survival instincts are strong thanks!
  6. HD Blazingwolf
    06-13-2011 07:27 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    hey man, I tried to get a picture but the little guys were too small. I woke up yesterday morning to little swordtail fry
  7. HD Blazingwolf
    05-29-2011 09:51 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    Yeah, I believe you are right about breeding. I'm not trying so that's ok. I have too many fry predators.. tank has been up for 3 months
  8. mistergreen
    05-29-2011 06:34 PM - permalink
    After something like 500 posts, you go up a level. Or you can become a paid member and you can make up your own title.
  9. HD Blazingwolf
    05-29-2011 06:13 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    oo also i was thinking rummy noses. i have two hi-fin serpae tetras right now and im not much for mixing same shape different colored fish. but I do like the white fins, they are pretty. ill check into them for my next tank or if my hi fins part this world
  10. HD Blazingwolf
    05-29-2011 06:10 PM - permalink
    HD Blazingwolf
    they are live bearing and can do so in aquarium. i havent tried but i know my lfs said they are fairly easy to breed. 1 male per 3 females is ideal 2 females is bare minimum which is what i have. i got the last pretty ones he had

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  • About anubiasnick
    I have never in my 31 years been without an aquarium or plants but only recently put the two togethe
    Spain , Canary islands
    Aquaculture , Orchids , Gardening , Ponds , Canaries
    Hotel Recepionist and bar man
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    • My tanks are enviroments for their inhabitants NOT over sized ,chemical ridden,ever changing "aesthetically pleasing " coffins . take your time people ,dont rush it. its nature and it will balance and prosper just leave it alone a while!


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