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susankatomerit
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PostPosted: 2007.11.21(Wed)20:49    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Pshhh... excuses. Laughing Why don't you just rent one of those public storage units and put some shelves in for lots of little kilifish? Laughing


Na, it would have to be in my backyard, then I could have lots and lots of tanks.
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PostPosted: 2007.11.21(Wed)20:51    Post subject: Reply with quote

susankatomerit wrote:
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Pshhh... excuses. Laughing Why don't you just rent one of those public storage units and put some shelves in for lots of little kilifish? Laughing


Na, it would have to be in my backyard, then I could have lots and lots of tanks.


Oh yeah, like go to Home Depot and get 3 or 4 of their ready built sheds (the barn ones are nice Laughing ) and have a ton of tanks there! I think your neighbors might think you crazy, carrying fish tanks to the sheds all the time. Laughing
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PostPosted: 2007.11.21(Wed)21:29    Post subject: Reply with quote

Got that right.

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PostPosted: 2007.12.07(Fri)18:40    Post subject: Reply with quote

Most of the Fp. or Aphyosemion species should be good...but ask the breeder. Agreed the tetras need to be removed.

I wouldn't reccomend Epiplatys annulatus as a beginner species...and definetly not at the price liveaquaria charges(good grief! I could make a fortune!). The fry are super tiny and they must have an established tank to have any chance of making it.

Fundulopanchax gardneri is my favorite and one of the best.
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PostPosted: 2008.07.13(Sun)1:01    Post subject: umm Reply with quote

where can you get a breeder mop,any specific color?
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susankatomerit
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PostPosted: 2008.07.13(Sun)9:23    Post subject: Reply with quote

The mops are pretty easy to make your self. I'll post some pics here shortly
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PostPosted: 2008.07.15(Tue)23:59    Post subject: hey Reply with quote

does it matter what the color is for a spawning mop.
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PostPosted: 2008.10.02(Thu)16:28    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some say yes, and claim black and dark green are best. In addition, they look the most natural and fish probably feel safer with the dark colors.

I've never tried a white mop but I think eggs could be tough to find on it too.
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PostPosted: 2008.10.02(Thu)20:38    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just used the white for demostration purposes, I usually use a darker green and it blends in with the plants better.
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