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    looking very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittbull View Post
    What up myswtsins no problem, I see all is well with you and your fish cool deal, yeah i have to agree with you what works for one person may not the other, i just took back a pair of punk skunk loaches they were mean..

    But cool that all is well with the fish and tanks along with the super spaz that sold you the filter which BTW did those parts do good for you, cool i cant wait for your Rusty's to breed are you going to hook me up still with some fry.. take care
    Yeah the moment I turned the light on last night the skunks were chasing and clicking like crazy, very interesting little guys. I think I am gonna go and grab a couple more today to keep aggression within their group.

    Parts much appreciated and working well! As far as the rusty's go, breeding might be difficult if they all end up being males! Right now they all have beautiful male colors and no mating dances yet but we will see. Of course if get any fry you will taken care of!

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    Anyways, I think you are going in the right direction and also knowing what to do, myswtsins! Good luck with your new additions.
    Thanks efors! I try to do as much research as possible but we all know how they can turn out, that is why I love hearing everyone's opinion here.
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    looking very nice.
    Thanks ChrisK!
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    I love the FTS. More! Great aquascape and nice placement for viewing. Acei were always a favorite of mine for that schooling type behavior.



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    ALL BOW DOWN TO THE FIN GODS Pittbull's Avatar
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    Cool thanks myswtsins..
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    Really nice set up and great rock formation.....
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    what is that substrate called? what other substrates do mbunas like?
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    Substrates for mbunas: sand, aragonite and crushed coral are the 3 more used.

    My 55gal Malawi tank:
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    Quote Originally Posted by efors View Post
    Substrates for mbunas: sand, aragonite and crushed coral are the 3 more used.
    The only problem is... im really really not a fan of very small substrate. I like larger substrate that a python hose wont pick up. What substrate did he have in his awuarium and is it too light?
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    Sorry I did not realize this thread got bumped.

    Quote Originally Posted by arapaimag View Post
    Really nice set up and great rock formation.....
    Thank you! Unfortunately the rock formation will change soon once I pull it all out to sex them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakezori View Post
    The only problem is... im really really not a fan of very small substrate. I like larger substrate that a python hose wont pick up. What substrate did he have in his awuarium and is it too light?
    It is Tahitian moon sand. It is very small and very light. Mbunas prefer a small grain substrate. It is a pain to gravel vac it but I just graze the surface with the GV and then stirs it with my hand. Actually I am thinking about adding some MTS snails to help sift the sand.

    BTW, I am a girl.

    Since I am here, here is the only picture I got on my RTBS. It was the second day he was home so his colors are not that nice yet but he has colored up very nicely since then. I can't stand my camera anymore so no pics of the skunk botias yet.
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    72g Planted Bowfront - 6 young Roseline Barbs, 20 Cardinal Tetras, 4 Ember Tetras, 2 Rummynose Tetras, 7 Kuhli Loaches, 3" SAE, ALF BN Pleco, plus one mystery 3" tetra like fish
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    Retired - 72g Mbuna, 40B Planted, 10g Planted Invert Tank, 5.5g Rimless Inactive -Goldfish Pond



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    ALL BOW DOWN TO THE FIN GODS Pittbull's Avatar
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    Thats a cool red tail..
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