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  1. Ok thanks! Is there anything that crayfish shouldn't or can't eat?
  2. You and me both. This is the food I got to try with him, but after I noticed that it does have garlic, I got nervous about whether that is still ok for him. http://www.thatpetplace.com/api-bottom-feeder-shrimp-pellet-4oz?gdftrk=gdfV2226_a_7c268_a_7c6967_a_7c256014&ne_ppc_id=1463&ne_key_id=26453288&gclid=CNPvw76N4LsCFcTm7Aodw28Apw
  3. I got a crayfish last year, and I have been keeping Megamind in a ten gallon tank that is only partiallly filled with lots of caves that all come partway out of the water so that the crayfish can climb out of the water. Yesterday, I picked up a new sinking pellet, and discovered that it has garlic in it. Is that something that I should worry about for Megamind? Can anyone give me a list of do's and don'ts for feeding my crayfish? I've been feeding dried tubifex worms, and sinking guppy pellets before and bought this new pellet yesterday because it looked like it would sink faster and be easier for my crayfish to pick up. The new pellet is API Bottom Feeder Pellets with yeast, garlic, vitamin C and E. It is for catfish and plecos and has shrimp, squid and algae in it as well. I wonder about the yeast, garlic, vitamin C and E as to whether it is safe to feed a crayfish. I haven't been able to find much information online about whether these ingrediants are safe for Megamind. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Yes, i agree about cleaning it up. I was planning on doing that after the picture. Thank you!
  5. Hi all, I know it's been a terribly long time since I posted on here, The last of my goldfish died in 2006 and I didn't replace it because I went off to a college that only allowed 2 gallon tanks. Anyway, I have a question for you all. I am fish sitting this guy, Gus Gus for my brother and sister in law. We aren't sure if he is a comet, or a koi or something else. Any opinions would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Yes, I am pretty sure they did because black skirted tetras can be aggressive. They must be kept in a school because if you have too few, they may kill each other. They are territorial. They are one of the few territorial tetras that I know of. However, because of the fact that I have had to remove fish before because my tetras were picking on them, I am not sure what I can put in there to help with algae. The pleco didn't look like he was being bothered, and he went through quarantine just fine. He was two days in the tank with the black skirted tetras and on the third day I woke up to find him lying dead on the tank floor.
  7. I have a school of black skirted tetras in a tank that gets a little bit of sun. Not much, but enough to algae growing. I tried a rubber nose pleco and the tetras killed the poor little guy. Any ideas of what type of fish would help with algae control that my tetras wouldn't kill?
  8. I am so excited. On July 14, I was at mmm getting a algae eater for my dad's tank. I had been looking for five years for a pearly pink Cambodian female betta ( Pearly pink body, and dark red fins) My younger sister just happened to decide to browse bettas while I was attempting to get a attendant's attention to get that pleco. After my mom had just come back to the fish section, my younger sister came back very excited. To make a long story short, she had just found Blossom, who is exactly what I had been looking for for five years.
  9. I don't know how it happened, but Buddy had been so healthy for more than a year. He had previously had almost two years of health problems, and he was probably the most deformed Oranda I have ever laid eyes on.Yesterday, he was fine when I did one of my several times a day tank checks on my goldie tank. The scales were smooth against his body and he was eager for food. Then last night, I went to go feed and get the fish ready to go to sleep, and there he was. He had dropsy, and he was dying. I stayed up until he died, and I'll be burying him tomorrow. I had him for three years, and I am really really going to miss him deformities and all.
  10. How many female bettas could I keep in a ten gallon tank with out them killing each other. I have large rocks creating caves throughout the tanks
  11. I personally would remove the guppy fry if I wanted to keep them, but then, both of my males are extremely aggressive and make short work of fish fry if the have them appear in their tank. Congrats on the though!
  12. Also I don't know if you like bettas, but you could keep eleven female bettas in the tank, and they come in all the colors that the males do.
  13. From what I understand of Angels, I think you might be able to keep one in there as they get rather large.
  14. Okay, I have a friend who has a ten gallon fish tank, and she has been keeping guppies in there. Lately, she got a few "cleaning" shrimp for her tank. A few days ago, she informed me that she has missing guppies, and she keeps the light on in the tank all day and night. She has a habit of staying up late, and has not seen anything happening to the guppies, but some are missing. Do you think the shrimp have been eating them after she goes to bed?
  15. Awesome, I'll probably get a female betta to kep with my guppies then.
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