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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 6/7/2010 7:33
The ban the person above you game #1
Started playing this game on another forum and thought you guys would enjoy it.

What you do is give your reasons for banning the person above you in the thread.

Rules !!!

1. This is just for fun !!!!!!
2. Go back and read rule 1 !!!!!!!!

i'll have to start which leaved me in the sights of the next person,

ban Flapping animal for having a better beard than me!

Let the banning begin.
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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 17/6/2010 20:17
Re: Betta community idea... #2
What about a larger shoal of bright fish like cardinal tetra they can look very very attractive in a well maintained tank. or baybe a pair of pearl gourami they are attractive but you may be a little small on volume for a pair of these.
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  • Posted on: 17/6/2010 19:23
Re: Betta community idea... #3
I'm going to go against the general oppinion that a male must be kept alone. i myself have kept 3 bettas two of which were in comunity tanks. first was a crown tail called dave he lived in a 90ltr in the end with a candy stripe plec and a small shoal of corydora hastatus (spelling?) second was a veil tail called james he lived in a 125ltr with some weird rainbow fish that we were given because a work mate couldnt look after them shrimp and snails. the third i still have and its the only tank that is still running is 4' ish long and about 200ltrs is a harem with a male and two females heavily planted one lot of fry that didnt doo well next lot i'm geared up to do a better job.

i guess i'm trying to say that a community is possible but the fish that you will have to chose must be chosen with care so as you dont endanger any fish. nothing bright or fast so as not to stress the betta into trying to fight what it will never catch. nothing with bright flowing fins as not to allow the betta to attack thinking that it is an intruder into its teratory, nothing that will outgrow the betta and try to eat the betta.
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  • Posted on: 15/3/2010 13:21
Re: fish house #4
If your budget will stretch go for foamglass insulation its about twice the price of regular insulation board but is 100% impervious to water saturation (will not let water through) and rated from -100degC to 450degC and still is able to be touched with teh extreems of temperature on the other side. to be purchased from shefield insulations well worth the initial expenditure and will last a hell of a lot longer that glass fiber loft insulation and cavity wall insulation. it comes as wall board, floor board and roof board. just my 2p worth about cladding your out house.
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  • Posted on: 15/3/2010 13:10
Re: What other pets do we have? #5
A really cute rabbit called murphy she's a bit of a mongrel but we love her anyways

oh and two teenage boys these take a lot of feeding and looking after
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  • Posted on: 13/1/2010 16:11
Re: Best external filter for 160 litre tank? #6
Jaywickrob i thought i types to over double your tanks capacity oups thats my bad. either that or two smaller external filters that will add up to over double your tanks capacity.
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  • Posted on: 13/1/2010 15:30
Re: compatible fish? #7
yeah he's a sucking loach google the species name under the photo in your flicker link and you will find this

http://www.aquariumlife.net/profiles/ ... se-algae-eater/100056.asp
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  • Posted on: 13/1/2010 15:27
Re: Best external filter for 160 litre tank? #8
the eheim rated to over your tank capacity you cant go wrong with eheim they are the best in external filters in my opinion powerful with loads of surface area (room for media) and run almost silent ly i have to put my head in the cabinate to see if mine is working properly.
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  • Posted on: 13/1/2010 15:20
Re: compatible fish? #9
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thanandyr/4020223026/sizes/l/

is that a better pic of him? if so you have a sucking loach. and as said before you will need to watch for aggression as he matures.
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  • Posted on: 13/1/2010 14:17
Re: compatible fish? #10
GAE (golden algae eater?) i have seen albino common plecos sold as this as well as albime sucking loach to my knowledge there is not a fish called a golden algae eater.

sucking loaches will eat lots of algae when they are younger but will develope a more meaty taste as they mature.

it was just my obsetvation of the photographs you posted. as the fish does not look like any form of sucker mouth cat fish or even a siamise algae eater (flying fox) the angle of the mouth and the over all shape of the fish looks like a sucking loach. can you post a better pic of the said fish and if i am wrong i'll hold my hands up.
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