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  1. twisted-acres-farm

    Granny's gone and done it again

    well good night all, sweet dreams , warm fuzzies and prayers. Sorry for your chicken woes there Pro.
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    \ they should be fine there.
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    well I am now, Angie came and I had to bs with her a bit
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    there were a purplish blue and then there were Haplochromis Burtoni which have also been re-named/ classified.
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    good night Cap , SDWF and prayers.
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    They were African mouth brooder cichlid Cant remember if Malawii or Tangganika lake
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    they weren't around WAY back then.
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    the honey dwarfs were VERY nice as well.
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    DID ANGELS as well.
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    of the gourami's yes. Al time fave was the psytrophus macrostoma. (SP)
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    and peaceful.
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    all types of livebearers, and cichlids mainly. Back then NO ONE was captive breeding pleco's
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    Use to have over 20 and worked in a "fish" store and actually got a Master Breeders certificate from the local fish club. BUT that was 30 to 40 years ago.
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    Silver dollars survive mostly on plant matter, and will feed on flakes, algae wafers - they go crazy for them, break them up and spread bits about the tank unless you want a fight! - cucumber, courgette, lettuce, and squash, but will also eat brine shrimp and bloodworm. I will often leave a...
  16. twisted-acres-farm

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    https://fishtankadvisor.com/silver-dollar/#size this is a MUCH better site.
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    When a silver dollar (or shoal of silver dollars) are cared for properly, they can grow up to ten inches, but most stop growing between six to eight inches. Juveniles are often bought at around five or six centimetres, from an unhappy, over-stocked tank.
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    Although the dollar has calm and peaceful characteristics, it is often colloquially named a 'plant piranha' or 'vegetarian piranha'. This is due to their tendency to completely strip aquatic plants bare, so while your fingers are safe, your Java fern isn't
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    well if they are eating your plants they might need more "veggies" then the angles do.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_dollar_(fish)
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