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  1. shroob

    Large Collection Of Bogwood

    Not keen on posting to be honest, I'd rather the buyer collect.
  2. shroob

    Large Collection Of Bogwood

    For sale: Large collection of real bogwood also for sale - Open to offers The ruler is 1m in length to give an idea of scale. Prices negotiable. Please contact me if you have any questions.
  3. shroob

    Large Collection Of Bogwood

    For sale: Large collection of real bogwood also for sale - Open to offers The ruler is 1m in length to give an idea of scale. Prices negotiable. Please contact me if you have any questions.
  4. shroob

    Anabantoid Compatability

    Ok, cheers for the advice.
  5. shroob

    Anabantoid Compatability

    Hi everyone, I'm planning on converting my rio 180 to a South Asian theme tank. I have a few questions on stocking though that I was hoping you could help me with - my first time keeping these sort of fish, quite a change from what I used to have :P So far the stocking is just a shoal of...
  6. shroob

    Exctinction

    Grrrrr, so you have some sort of 'faith' to believe in dragons? Not having a go - sorry if it appears that way when written in text - but that's why I prefer science over religion/beliefs. Science changes its views based on evidence, its pure and has no agenda or motive. Religion/beliefs are...
  7. shroob

    Questions Need Awnswering

    Depends on the size of the fish in question. An adult angel will eat young fish, and may well have a go at adult khuli loach.
  8. shroob

    Holiday 'fish Monitoring'

    A holiday is for relaxing not fretting over your fish tank :P.
  9. shroob

    Exctinction

    Like I said before I would like to see the evidence. We know pterosaur existed due to fossil remains, yet as far as I'm aware there is no real evidence of fire breathing, gigantic, flying dragons(or anything similar) in the middle ages.
  10. shroob

    New Monsters!

    Wow, great pictures and great fish :good:
  11. shroob

    Happy Birthday - Shroob.....

    Thank you. Not often I go in this section, thought I would have a peek :rolleyes:
  12. shroob

    Pick Me An Cichlid

    Honduran red point maybe - but not a breeding pair, I feel they would be too boisterous. As suggested before apisto's or rams would suit the tank well.
  13. shroob

    Corydora Or Loaches?

    Two different groups of fish there, whatever you choose I'm sure there will be one species that would suit your tank. Am I right in thinking that the other inhabitants of the tank are 2 keyholes and 2 rams? In that case you might want to stick to a SA theme and get cory's - more associated...
  14. shroob

    Good Oscar Websites

    Cichlid-forum has some short articles on oscars that may entertain you for 10 minutes or so. If you have access to JSTOR or other journal archives there's a number of articles I used to read while bored in between lectures/seminars at uni - just search oscar, Astronotus, ocellatus, cichlid etc.
  15. shroob

    Vitamins

    I personally wouldn't bother, a staple of a quality flake/pellet topped off with treats/greens should provide all the nutrients/vitamins your fish need.
  16. shroob

    Oscar With Convicts?

    You don't actually state the size of your tank, so it may or not work given the size. An oscar and a common plec are both very messy fish, so if you intend to add 2 convicts I would say a tank of AT LEAST 120 gallons would be needed. There might also be aggression issues with the oscar...
  17. shroob

    Moon Jellyfish

    May be wrong but I thought jellyfish had to have round aquariums.
  18. shroob

    Blue Dragon Goby

    Thats the price you should have to pay for not researching the fish before purchase. Sorry if that sounds like criticism but you have a duty of care.
  19. shroob

    Blue Dragon Goby

    They are brackish, just because your LFS didn't have it in brackish doesn't make it a freshwater fish. Like most brackish fish they can tolerate freshwater, but do much better in brackish. If kept in freshwater they will most likely not live to their full potential.
  20. shroob

    Mekong Puffer (Tetraodon Suvattii)

    Just seen my links don't work, but if you just type 'Pufferpedia' into google you'll find the site and it has a ton of info on puffers.
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