hi everyone

Discussion in 'Welcome to FishLore' started by andimthejr, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. andimthejr

    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    O0 got me a 70 gallon bowfront full of sand rock plants and fish and they love it and i love it! tell me what yall think!
     

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  2. Jake the Fish

    Jake the FishValued MemberMember

    Welcome to Fishlore!

    Your tank looks great! What did you put in it?
     
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  4. Jake the Fish

    Jake the FishValued MemberMember

    Your tank sound a bit overstocked.
     




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    andimthejr

    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    yeah with the cichlids i didnt wanna lose fish by putting one or two and thats where the rock come in the all have their own little spot and all get along swell
     
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    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    heres a view
     

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  7. Jake the Fish

    Jake the FishValued MemberMember

    Well I think you should get a smaller tank and keep the tiger barbs in there and get some more cichlids to reduce agression.
     
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    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    as they munba grow i plan on it i also have a 45 gallon bow set up in my office empty and im plainning on setting that up in a month are two the fish came with the tank i really only added the pleco and few pieces of coral and plants and gave it that zing but your right it is plenty full! not for long
     
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    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    heres a few more of the fish
     

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  10. Jake the Fish

    Jake the FishValued MemberMember

    The fish look good together. Its great that you are planning to move some fish.

    Also,what mbuna's do you have?
     
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    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    yellow with horizontal stripes Melanochromis auratus
    Solid blue-Cobalt Zebra-Metriaclima callainos
    Peach colored-Red zebra-Metriaclima estherae
    Purple with yellow fins-Pseudotropheus Acei. A large peaceful mbuna
    Blue with stripes-Not sure. Could be a zebra type of afra
    Solid yellow with black ocobalt blue zebra, yellow lab and a Ps acein fins- Yellow lab(Labidochromis Caeruleus)A nice mellow mbuna
     
  12. Jake the Fish

    Jake the FishValued MemberMember

    I got yellow labs. They look great don't they? They're colour really stands out.
     
  13. Jrobber

    JrobberWell Known MemberMember

    Like I said in the other thread....your tank looks awesome. :)
     
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    andimthejr

    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    thanks again!!! glad to see im not the only one who thinks soo! and yes their prolly one of my favs soo bright
     
  15. bolivianbaby

    bolivianbabyFishlore LegendMember

    Welcome to Fishlore! Beautiful tank and fish!

    So you are planning on separating the mbuna from the barbs soon? That's a fabulous idea. They have different PH requirements and food requirements.

    How many of each species do you have?
     
  16. peacemaker92

    peacemaker92Well Known MemberMember

    Welcome to Fishlore! :;hi2

    The tank looks absolutely beautiful! Keep it up! :;hf
     
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    andimthejrNew MemberMember

    thanks guys i have 1 or two of each trying to stay with those who are know to be peaceful but sometimes its hard to tell but a ips around the corner will buy fish any size that show agression and if i start having any problems all its gonna take is a dip of the net lol but i love all my fish and right now everyone gets along just fine and they all are very happy with it and if ya wanna get splashed yall come visit during feeding time!
     
  18. marina3Valued MemberMember

    LOL!!! I bet!!! Beautiful tank!!!
     




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