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Discussion in 'Welcome: Introduce Yourself & Learn More About TFF' started by M!NK, May 24, 2019.

  1. M!NK

    M!NK New Member

    May 24, 2019
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    Hi everyone! I'm a beginner aquarist with a love for loaches. I actually have 1 posted thread already for a semi-emergency considering my Gouramis, but that's not much for an introduction, is it?

    Anyways, I recently got into aquariums by first becoming an admirer of aquascaping until I decided to give it a go. I have owned 7 Betta in the past, but this was my first delve into different aquatic species after purchasing my first tank about a month or two ago. I currently have 4 Dwarf Gourami (one of which will be going to a friend soon) named Ti Amo (Powder Blue), Fuego (Red Flame), Todoroki (Red & Blue), and Voldemort (also red and blue who will be going to a friend's tank soon as he tends to be a bit too territorial for my liking although he hasn't caused any major issues.).

    Then I have Nimrod (Gold Zebra Loach), Priz (Gold Zebra Loach), and Sifu (Tiger Loach) and will be purchasing another tiger Loach and a yo-yo Loach once my tank is cleared of Ich. Then the two cherry shrimp who will receive a horde of friends soon, Hellsing and Midget.

    I am currently looking into more red plants for my aquarium (I currently only have one Ludwigia red variety that I can't remember the exact species of) and a carpet plant that will complement Dwarf Baby Tears. Thanks for checking out my intro and have a good day!!
  2. PheonixKingZ

    PheonixKingZ Fish Herder
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    May 8, 2019
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    Lawrenceburg KY.
    That’s so cool!! Welcome to the forum! :fish: :hi: :fish:

    I hope to see some pictures soon! :)
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  3. Colin_T

    Colin_T Member

    Jan 26, 2008
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    Perth, WA
    Hi and welcome to the forum :)

    The only red aquatic plant I know if is Rotala macranda. All the other red ones that I see at pet shops are marsh plants and don't do well underwater.
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