I gots MOAR FEESH. Not much, just 2 gold barbs and a tiny little pleco and some java moss. Ill get the bad news out of the way. I got a flat on the way home and it took me a tad bit longer then id like to get back and one of the goldbarbs did NOT take it well. I don't know if any of the veteran fish keepers here(well, experienced) have ever had one of those fish that just didn't handle the move well and died. I have had one before, it was also a gold barb. He just doesn't look good at all. I QT'd him. He also seems to have a spinal deformity too so.... The other boy looks great. Here is a pic of the barbs, the one featured is the sick boy. I will be surprised if he makes it. Definitely little boys though. image My other concern is that while they are the same species, the fish they had were a tad different then the ones i have. Just a few physical differences, not uncommon. Do you think they will still school? This is the pleco. I asked for a brown BN. He was sold as a bushynose. They had albino and brown babies and long fin albino juvi's all over the place. There was a TINY ITTY BITTY little albino bn. Like 1/2" long....so tempting... image Also, yes, i am trying to keep a BN and a Clown in a 37 hex. I have a TON of drift wood and mopani and such. The only issue is that the BN is smaller right now. Also, the reason i put this thread here is to ask if this is a BN in the first place. They had a few baby commons too. image This bag is PACKED with a long stringy java moss. Only $2, the cute fish store guy gave me a discount on the entire purchace XD.