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  1. I'm just outside York myself. It's hard losing pets, especially when they have personalities as big as Oscars. My most recent pair grew up together, I lost one in October and his tank mate followed in December. He seemed lost without his friend and finding him a new friend (that he couldn't eat) never happened... So, I'm taking a break from the water puppies for a bit. Thanks for the welcome, stay warm and be safe out there, the roads aren't the best!
  2. Hi, I'm Patrick, I'm new to the forums but have a moderate experience in fishkeeping. I've kept Oscars off and on for about 30 years. I'm currently Oscarless as my last big guy passed a few months back. My main interest as of late are plecos and neons...And 1 Polar Blue Parrot (not in the same tank). I'm new to plants and besides val and a few swords, the results haven't been great... But I'm learning. I look forward to learning and maybe helping if I can, where I can.
  3. I have a lone female Polar Blue Parrot (PBP) who's tank mates have moved on. I would like to add some new tank mates but don't want to end up with unwanted fry or the aggression I've read about that comes with mating. So I was considering a PBP/Platinum Parrot sorority... But I haven't been able to find any info on PBP sororities, or Red Blood Parrot sororities or even Convict sororities. Is there a reason? Do the females get more aggressive if there's no male(s) present? I know some people aren't the biggest fans of Parrots and I respect that, if possible I'd like to keep the post about opinions on PBP sororities and not on the fish themselves. Thank you.
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