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Re: Tank population explosion (was Re: Seahorse safe? ...)
LOL that poor fish, you must send me a pic of it.I have a few pics of some
of my Seahorses ifffffff anyone is interested.
I would LOVE to see some pics of the Killies you all keep. I really did not
know a fish that pretty existed among fresh water species.
On Mon, 28 Aug 2000 12:08:31 -0700, killietalk at aka_org wrote:
> Long ago,,, BC,,, (before children ;-)) I've (we) had just shy of 30
> tanks, all fresh water. Over a hundred African violets, a bunch of
> orchids, birds,,, then kids. Once we started doing kid things and most
> the other stuff kind of shut down. Now they are off mostly on their own
> now,,, and things are starting to wander back in. I'll have to rejoin
> or three old clubs over the next year or so. I've no clue how a person
> keeps track of over a hundred tanks. Of all the fish I really enjoyed A.
> australe, chocolate,,, was about my favorite. Guess I'll have to set up
> couple of extra tanks. Here we go!!! If the darn yellow tang would
> I'd make the 80 gal into a big community freshwater,,, but after what he
> went thru,,, I'll just keep feeding him his odd $30 snack rock.
> calerpa Now there's an interesting subject. I bring it home,,, and the
> tang turns it into another bald, live rock. Had a blenny for a long
> time,,, rock fell on him. Oh,,, and that really old, nasty looking
> that came from the pet store 4 years ago with fin rot everywhere, ribs
> poking out,,, couldn't stay upright. Now,,, still no fins,,, eroded
> down to his backbone, and didn't regrow, but really doing well as a
> calerpa killer. Nothing like a $30 snack for,,, how did you say
> it? Anchovy replacements? I should take a picture of him.
> At 11:11 AM 8/28/00 -0700, you wrote:
> >YIKES !!!!!! I thought I was bad with 11 tanks here.
> 'Grif' N7IVS
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