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mame
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Joined: 02 Dec 2004
Location: ichinomiya

PostPosted: 2005.03.29(Tue)3:35    Post subject: Reply with quote

JeremyL wrote:
Wow! have you ever tried feeder the guy feeder goldfish?


not yet, I haven't really fed it live foods, except maybe for the kribs, I sometimes feed it bloodworms as well, it will eat anything!

also, regarding the catfish, I have some evidence of this species, pointing it towards "Synodontis acanthomias", very hard to find information on, but the few pictures I have seen leads me to believe that this is one, but....it grows to 12 and 3/4 inches!

http://www.scotcat.com/factsheets/s_acanthomias.htm
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Syno
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Joined: 26 Oct 2004
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom

PostPosted: 2005.03.29(Tue)4:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is a possibility it could be Synodontis velifer? I'm not sure though.
It's difficult to say sometimes when identifying synos. Smile
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marto
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Joined: 12 Oct 2004
Location: sydney, NSw, Australia

PostPosted: 2005.03.29(Tue)5:46    Post subject: Reply with quote

isnt the hill stream loahc a coldwater fish ???
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70 gallon tank with 11 various kind of fish
Pond with 3 goldfish
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Fighter5000
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Joined: 22 Feb 2005
Location: Widnes, UK

PostPosted: 2005.03.29(Tue)7:37    Post subject: Reply with quote

Razz yeah it is actually a coldwater fish but they can also survive at much higher temperatures. I have 2 of these myself and the temperature is about 77-78f and they are both doing fine
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