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Unread 8th February 2003, 10:36 PM
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Default catfishes/Plecos?

any catfish or pleco keepers?
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Unread 9th February 2003, 12:40 AM
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used to until my tank of zebra died...
my dumb dog jump up and drank water with it's
oily face at night.....
what you keeping?i want to get
zebra oti
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Unread 9th February 2003, 01:42 AM
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lol, dumb
yup... got a red tailed black shark and one pleco....
me thinking of keeping corydoras....
zebra is x pensive rite?
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Unread 9th February 2003, 09:52 AM
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i got a tiger shovelnose...
i want to keep some zebra plecos...small and beautiflu...
price wise a little on the high side...around $50+ now...last time more ex i think...

i also have to pygny coridoras...very hardy buggers... leopard cory and peppered cory died but they still alive...and thriving...
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Unread 9th February 2003, 12:24 PM
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corydoras veri easily die leh... i keep until veri du ***!
but now wan to try again.....
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Unread 10th February 2003, 10:01 AM
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As long as you have a tank with decent size (able 2ft) and some under-gravels and clean water.
Corys dun die that easily. I tink I still have about 20 corys now in my 4 ft tank together with my angels. Some of them are probably more than 2 years old in my house already.

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corys live in soft water rite?
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corys live in soft water rite?
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i think they r delicate fishes like the tetra family....
need veri soft water to survive....
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i think they r delicate fishes like the tetra family....
need veri soft water to survive....
 

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