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Jay's Planted 180g Tank.

Discussion in 'Planted Aquariums' started by JAY973, Mar 6, 2011.

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    Love it! Looks to me at least 1 of your ruby barbs is male so far. C. parva spreading slowly but surely. Buces looking good too.

    I'm not loving the Columbian? tetras as they age. I'm not a "hump-ish" head/body fan...cichlids & rainbows especially, sorry, I'm adding those tetras to my list. Take that not as a criticism of you or your tank, it's awesome as always!
     
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    Thanks. No worries the hump thing is hard for me too I'm hoping the barbs don't do that.
     
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    I don't remember Congo tetras, other tetras or most barbs having the humps, but all fish get old (hopefully!) & stuff happens (fishy osteoporosis?). I know you've had them a long while, maybe it's just 1 of those things. It's always hard to see our fish reach their end of days.

    I watched your video again & 1 or 2 more barbs look possibly male. I hope you have a good mix.
     

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