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Jackiee
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Jun 14, 1991 (Age: 28)
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United States, St. Louis, MO

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Jackiee

Member, Female, 28, from United States, St. Louis, MO

Who knew finding a new, good fluorescent bulb for my tank would be so hard! Jul 9, 2011

Jackiee was last seen:
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    1. Jackiee
      Jackiee
      Who knew finding a new, good fluorescent bulb for my tank would be so hard!
    2. Jackiee
      Jackiee
      I've got babies in the tank!
    3. Jackiee
    4. Vin Swords
      Vin Swords
      [quote name='Jackiee' date='2011 - 00:00 PM' timestamp='1299010734' post='2946415']
      cat fish from 0:55-1:05 in the video..[/quote]

      feather fin synos..
    5. BrackishBoy
      BrackishBoy
      haha ya they like bark at the other fish eh is funny
    6. Jackiee
      Jackiee
      Bright orange, and no actually don't feed her feeder fish, just regular or frozen fish foods, honestly I don't think she'd even go after and eat feeder fish she'd probably leave them be, lol. her mouths quite small too. she has a broken bell ornament that she chills in all the time and chases other fish out of.
    7. BrackishBoy
      BrackishBoy
      Nice what colour is she?? mines still only about 3-4 inches but she has her own cave and barks at and picks on my convicts and african cichlids thats sweet though you feed it feeders??
    8. BrackishBoy
      BrackishBoy
      Blood parrot eh nice is he or she big?? mine can hold her own in my cichlid tank
    9. ian
      ian
      oh and sorry, the bottom doesn't get vacuumed. The plants use all of the rubbish produced by fish.
    10. ian
      ian
    11. Jackiee
      Jackiee
      Sorry, I responded to your post on the forum before i seen this. It's okay, they're bickering isn't bothering me none. I'm still getting help and information from people, like you. & Thanks, i'll be sure to ask if I have anymore questions. Keepin' my fingers crossed this works.
    12. RushingChamp28
      RushingChamp28
      and ultimately that means that you need to do some large water changes and gravel vacuum regardless of what medicine you use to keep the water quality high which will prevent stressed fish which then get sick. Not saying I know everything about fish, but I have kept many kinds for a long time, if you have any questions I'd be happy to help.
    13. RushingChamp28
      RushingChamp28
      Sorry, it looks like your help post is going to turn into an arguement between those two. I was just giving you some advice based on how I would treat/have treated my fish before.
      Either way, regardless of whether the hydrogen sulfide is actually toxic to the fish or not, the underlying problem is that it seems to be happening in the tank, meaning there is trapped waste in the tank ...
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jun 14, 1991 (Age: 28)
    Location:
    United States, St. Louis, MO
    My Aquariums & Fish:
    Previously:
    5 US gallons aquarium,
    29 US gallons aquarium:
    Blood Parrots, Assorted Angelfish,
    Yellow/dwarf/kissing Guaramis, Tiger Barbs, Sunburst Platys, Common Plecos, Cory Catfish, Mystery snails, Balloon/sailfin/dalmation/assorted Mollies, Golden Dojo Loach.


    Currently: 90 US gallon aquarium:
    5 inch Blood parrot
    9 inch Sail-fin Leopard Pleco
    7 inch Turquoise Severum
    4 inch Cobalt Blue Crayfish
    [color=&quot;#4b0082&quot;][font=&quot;Impact&quot;][size=&quot;7&quot;]Hello,<br />
    my name's Jackie, nice to meet you. <img src='http://www.fishforums.net/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' />[/size][/font][/color]<br />
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    [size=&quot;2&quot;][color=&quot;#4b0082&quot;]I've been fishkeeping for about 6 years and have had all kinds, shapes, sizes, and species of fish. <br />
    Mostly your average tropical community fish such as all types mollies, platys, cories, plecos, barbs, etc.<br />
    I've recently gotten really into the Cichlid family, though. Especially South Americans. <br />
    Coming into ownership of two bubbly, lovable parrot fish started this transition.<br />
    I've just recently upgraded to a 90 gallon that I can not wait to stock with the beautiful New World cichlids.<br />
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    I try my best to help out others and giving advice (even though most the time I ask just as many questions!),<br />
    especially those that are going through things that I've experienced first hand.<br />
    Fishkeeping can be a challenging hobby, but it is absolutely rewarding.<br />
    Always remember: in the end, you're not really fish keeping, you're water keeping.<br />
    Good water keeps good fish. <img src='http://www.fishforums.net/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/good.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':good:' /> <br />
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    Even though I have my fair share of knowledge, I'm still learning new things every day![/color][/size]<br />
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    [size=&quot;4&quot;][color=&quot;#4b0082&quot;]Here's a link to a video of some of my fish (mainly my JD): [/color][/size][color=&quot;#4b0082&quot;][size=&quot;4&quot;]YouTube![/size]<br />
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    My male Turquoise Severum 7&quot; and female Blood Parrot 5&quot;<br />
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    My juvenile Jack Dempsey 4.5&quot; sex unknown<br />
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    My male Convict 3.5&quot; with fry (female 2.5&quot; too quick to photograph)<img src='http://www.fishforums.net/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' /><br />
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    My juvenile Oscar 4&quot; sex unknown<br />
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    My Cobalt Blue Crayfish, Procambarus Alleni, 4&quot;, male<br />
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