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(12-09-2019, 08:11 PM)Ric Wrote: Love the new greenery.

Just thinking with your new additions, the clown loaches: they will also munch on your assassin snails. So you better move those into one of your other tanks, if you want to keep them.

Thx Ric,
Already move them into the 3rd tank...phew!! was going to put them in the 25l but got zebra snails in it..lol
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(13-09-2019, 08:26 AM)plankton Wrote: How big is your big tank Bri?
If you're thinking of getting a bigger tank later on, good luck catching the clowns one-handed when they're bigger.... Wink
I would have suggested a smaller loach like the zebras, especially if you don't get the bigger tank. Wink

Hallow Ian,
The tank is 3ft one.
Obv want a 5 or 6ft one soon..or another 3ft and share the stock.
was truly chilling looking at the guppy fry and all the Activity going on.
The three Male guppy's, (named two 'Blacky' n 'Carrot') need a name for the 3rd one, any suggestions.
Heres the thye new link, this time no stupid clowning on lol.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUx0aEZu8yk&t=2s
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Help!!!
Just to tie up once and for all the type-colour of my guppy's.
Small video....promise lol.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4iprOET...e=youtu.be
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I'd still swap the clowns (who get to 14") for zebras (who get to about 4"), you do need more than five to keep them happy, and a 3' just ain't nowhere big enough, sorry Sad
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...get someone else to do it! Big Grin

Enjoy your fish, shrimps and snails!
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Aye a know! plans at foot...….
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A 5' or 6' maybe do the job...
MTS at its best....
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Get it before the clowns grow too much. Wink
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(15-09-2019, 09:07 AM)plankton Wrote: Get it before the clowns grow too much. Wink
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There going in a bit to my pals Tank (450l)
I'll get some enjoyment first ;-)
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Loving the videos Brian [Image: tDqQ6Sal.gif]
6 foot (600L) South America Rio Guaporé theme.

7 x Biotodoma cupido, 4 x Laetacara dorsigera, 2 x Apistogramma trifasciata (wild), 20 x Gymnocorymbus ternetzi, 18 x Hyphessobrycon eques, 30 x Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi, 18 x Corydoras Sterbai, 12 x Corydoras caudimaculatus, 9 x Otocinclus sp.

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Thanks so much Stephen.
Really appreciate it.
But last few days I haven't managed any vidio's, think every day last week 1,2 or 3 videos a day....takes it out of you lol.
Only so much I can woffle on with hahaha!
Anyways the new guppy males have settle in, not lost anymore neons, and ATM i'm revving up next weds take the guppy fry and other fish to my mate and house then in his 450l tank.
Keeping a few female guppys eventually when there mature enough to breed anyway.
Lata all,
Bri
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